Alan Wapner has served as Policy Director for Supervisor Curt Hagman. In this capacity, Alan assists Supervisor Hagman with the formulation and implementation
of policy for major projects in District 4 such as the Chino Airport and Prado Regional Park.
Alan also has been a member of the Ontario City Council for over 20 years. He has a deep understanding of local government and economic development. During his
tenure on the Ontario City Council, the city has experienced record economic success. His leadership in projects like, the Ontario Mills Mall, the Ontario
Convention Center, the Ontario Police Station, as well as the Citizens Business Bank Arena, are just some of the projects that have improved the quality of
life for the residents of Ontario and the local community. Alan might be best known for leading the “Set ONTario Free” campaign, that has resulted in the
return of Ontario International Airport to local control.
Prior to his election to the City Council, Alan was the Vice President of the Ontario-Montclair School Board, where he was a tireless advocate for improving
public education. On the School Board, Wapner was a leader in making sure the district’s children received the best education possible. Alan has a record
of serving people in elective office, but he is perhaps best known for his law enforcement experience. After graduating law school, Alan became a police
officer in an effort to make a positive difference for his community. Alan retired as a sergeant from the Ontario Police Department in 1998 and became an
active and successful small business owner.
Alan has always been very active in many local community organizations. He has served as both team sponsor and coach to many local youth sports programs such as
the Ontario Recreation League, AYSO Soccer, and Ontario Fast Pitch Softball. He has also served on various local booster associations and PTA’s including
Hawthorne Elementary, Edison Elementary, Vina Danks Middle School, and Chaffey High School. Alan is also involved with the Boy Scouts, City of Hope, the
American Cancer Society, and the American Lung Association, is a Past President of the Ontario Rotary Club and serves as the Southern California Regional
Governor for Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
Alan has been a resident of Ontario for over 35 years. He is married to Judi, and has five children and two grandchildren. Alan graduated from the University of
Southern California, where he received his B.A. and received his Law Degree from Whittier College School of Law.