Bay Area Public Services in the Era of COVID-19
Original research report from Local 21 on the lessons from the era of austerity.
VICTORY: Expanded COVID-19 Benefits in Contra Costa County
Through our advocacy, Local 21 & Union Coalition win expanded COVID-19 benefits
SF Supervisors Introduce Resolution to Protect Frontline Healthcare Workers
Supervisor Matt Haney and Supervisor Shamann Walton are taking bold action to ensure that frontline healthcare workers are protected in the fight against the COVID-19...
Local 21 Wins Expanded Emergency Benefits in San Francisco
The City has agreed to extend telecommute agreements in place during this shelter-at-home period until May 1, 2020.
IFPTE Local 21 Federal Stimulus Bill Summary: Aid to Public Agencies
Initial analysis of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
COVID-19 and Local 21
Union siblings: you are not alone. Local 21 is fully focused on you as each of you marshals your best efforts to serve and protect the public during this pandemic. We are...
We are Postponing Our Delegate Assembly
In light of the recent cases of COVID-19 in the Bay Area, we are taking every precaution as a union to protect the health and safety of our members, as well as the public we...
Champions For Our Community: Roberto Costa
Roberto Costa has worked for the City of Oakland for 10 years, the last 8 of which were with the Rent Adjustment Program (RAP) in the Housing Department. Over the course of...
VIDEO: Brian Reyes Explains Why He's Fighting for Schools & Communities First
Please watch and share our latest video with Brian, and let's keep building a movement for Schools & Communities First.
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Local 21 Oakland Bulletins


A list of all the Local 21 Oakland Bargaining Bulletins in recent history.

Bay Area Public Services in the Era of COVID-19


Original research report from Local 21 on the lessons from the era of austerity.

City Workers in Cupertino Win Paid Pandemic Leave


We won a huge victory to protect our members’ jobs and healthcare during the COVID-19 crisis. Instead of exhausting our members’ leave bank which could have resulted in job losses, we were able to rescind the city policy of ending paid administrative leave. This is the power of people in action.