Who is AFSCME California?

AFSCME California affiliates include (click on name to visit website):

Council 36

AFSCME Council 36 extends across the Southland, from Los Angeles to Orange County to San Diego representing more than 55 autonomous Local Unions throughout Southern California whose members directly serve taxpayers in local government agencies and nonprofit organizations.

Council 57

AFSCME Council 57 represents workers in schools and community colleges, transit agencies, public works and services, clinics and hospitals, and water and wastewater facilities throughout Northern California and the Central Valley, as well as the health and social service professionals in corrections facilities across California.

Employees Association of the Metropolitan Water District, Local 1902

Local 1902 represents the workers of Southern California water districts who North as the Ventura County border, as far West as the Pacific Coast, as far South to the San Diego County region, and as far East as the Nevada/Arizona border.  They are accountants, designers, electricians, engineers, environmental specialists, inspectors, IT, mechanics, meter technicians, pipelayers, PR specialists, and everyone in between who support the delivery of clean, safe and affordable water to residents and businesses of Southern California.

Management and Professional Employees Association of the Metropolitan Water District, Local 1001

Local 1001 represents the management and professional employees of the he Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, a regional wholesaler that delivers water to 26 member public agencies – 14 cities, 11 municipal water districts, one county water authority – which in turn provides water to 19 million people in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura counties. 

United Nurses Associations of California/Union of Healthcare Professionals

The United Nurses Associations of California/Union of Health Care Professionals (UNAC/UHCP) represents over 29,000 registered nurses and other health care professionals, including optometrists; pharmacists; physical, occupational and speech therapists; case managers; nurse midwives; social workers; clinical lab scientists; physician assistants and nurse practitioners.

United Domestic Workers of America, Local 3930

UDW/AFSCME Local 3930 represents nearly 98,000 in-home support services (IHSS) workers in 21 California counties who take care of Californians with disabilities, the sick, and the elderly, as well as tens of thousands of family child care providers across the state. 

United EMS Workers, Local 4911

 Local 4911 represents approximately 4,000 private sector emergency medical services (EMS) workers in California whose mission is to raise standards in EMS and protect services for the public.

Union of American Physicians and Dentists, Local 206

For more than 4o years, UAPD has represented doctors working for the State of California, California counties, non-profit healthcare clinics, and in private practice.

University of California Employees, Local 3299

Local 3299 is the University of California’s largest employee union, representing more than 24,000 employees at UC’s 10 campuses, five medical centers, numerous clinics, research laboratories and UC Hastings College of the Law.