Director Tyler Diep was first elected to the Midway City Sanitary District Board of Directors in November of 2006. Running on a "No Fee Increase" platform, Tyler garnered more votes than two sitting incumbents. As a taxpayer watchdog, he is committed to keeping sewage and trash collection fees low while providing the best quality of services for the residents of Westminster and Midway City.
Residential solid waste pick-up and sewage fees have not been increased since 2006. Diep was subsequently re-elected to this position for three more times, in 2010, 2014 and 2020.
Tyler Diep also has the high honor of representing the communities of Westmister, Midway City, Garden Grove, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach, Santa Ana, Los Alamitos and Rossmoor in the California State Assembly from 2018 to 2020.
Prior to his service in the Legislature, Diep served eight years as a Westminster Council Member and VIce Mayor; and nine years as an information specialist for the Board of Equalization/California Department of Tax and Fee Administration.
Professionally, Diep is a consultant specializing in ethnic media and government public affairs.
Director Diep and his family resettled in Southern California from Vietnam in 1991.
He currently holds a Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration from San Diego State University and is certified by the Los Angeles Unified School District as "Fluently Bilingual" in English-Vietnamese.T. Diep AB1234 Ethics Cert 01.20.2021.pdf