Mark A. Chirco

Mark Chirco serves as Councilmember for Los Alamitos. He served as Mayor of Los Alamitos in 2021.  Mark is a longtime resident of Los Alamitos. Like so many others in our community, he moved to Los Alamitos for the great schools and fell in love with the city and its small town charm.

Mark has an undergraduate degree from UCLA and a law degree from Georgetown University.  He has been a practicing attorney for more than 17 years and is employed as a corporate attorney.  Mark was a member of the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Commission until he was unanimously appointed to the City Council in December, 2017, and elected to a four year term on the City Council in November, 2018.

In addition to serving on City Council, Mark has served on the Orange County Library Advisory Board, the Los Alamitos Budget Standing Committee, the City Manager Selection Committee, the Los Alamitos Zoning Code Update Committee, as a Trustee for the Orange County Mosquito Vector Control District, Director for the Orange County Sanitation District, and the League of California Cities – State Division, the City Selection Committee.  He currently serves as an alternate for the West Cities Policies Communication board of directors as well as on the Los Alamitos Budget Standing Committee.  As a member of the Budget Standing Committee, Mark helped ensure a balanced budget for Los Alamitos for the 2018-2019, 2019-2020, 2020-2021, and 2021-2022 fiscal years.  Mark was previously an AYSO coach/referee for four years and is a member of the Los Alamitos School PTA.

Apart from maintaining the quality of life and public safety in Los Alamitos, Mark’s primary focus is ensuring long-term fiscal sustainability and responsible management of the city’s resources and finances.

Mark loves interacting with residents and discussing the future of this great city.  He can be reached by email or by telephone at (657) 215-1484.