Bordering Los Angeles County, Los Alamitos is a small North Orange County City with nearly 12,000 people. The city…More celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2010 with a year of events, including a carnival and parade. Los Alamitos has its own police department, and it contracts with the Orange County Fire Authority for its fire services. The city is home to the Los Alamitos Medical Center and the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base.</p>
<p>The Los Alamitos Civic Center is located on Katella Avenue just off the 605 (San Gabriel) Freeway, before the intersection of the city's two main drags—Los Alamitos Boulevard and Katella Avenue. The city is served by a five-member City Council elected at large, with the position of mayor rotating annually. Elections are staggered every two years, and each council term is for four years. In Los Alamitos, the position of mayor is not a full-time position. The Los Alamitos city manager is the city's executive officer. Major city departments located at the civic center include the police, public works and recreation and community services departments.</p>
Ken Parker Tax & Accounting 5122 Katella Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Ken Parker Tax & Accounting is headed by Ken Parker, the former mayor of Los Alamitos. It offers bookkeeping and tax…More services to individuals and businesses in the community, along with budgeting analysis and accounting software implementation.
Rossmoor Community Services District 3001 Blume Dr, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Rossmoor is an unincorporated island bordering the San Gabriel Freeway (605), Seal Beach and Los Alamitos. Under Orange…More County's jurisdiction, Rossmoor does not have a city hall or a mayor. Rather, it has the Rossmoor Community Services District and General Manager Henry Taboada. Funded with property tax revenue, the district manages parks and facilities within the community of roughly 10,300 people. It also contracts for services such as street sweeping in Rossmoor. Served by a Board of Directors, the district is located at Rush Park. The district also serves as a liaison between residents and the county on issues ranging from traffic, wildlife, sewer and police and fire services. The district's board of supervisors meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Rush Park Auditorium.