Sunnyvale Employees' Association

The Sunnyvale Employees' Association represents approximately 485 employees in 170 job classifications. Planners, engineers, parks maintenance, public works maintenance workers, water pollution control operators, mechanics, clerical, accounting and technical staff, as well as librarians and community services.
 

Chapter News and Events

Local 21 Members Throw Citywide Block Party

10/03/2018

Photo above:  CAMP Members Ryan Smith and Ed Solis help plan Viva CalleSJ 2018, which closes six miles of San José streets annually to traffic so people can walk, bike, run, stroll and scoot around neighborhoods.

 

 

Local 21 Members Honored as Pride of San José

05/04/2018

Several Local 21 Members in our AEA, AMSP and CAMP chapters were recently named Pride of San José honorees.

The Pride of San José represent the highest level of public service and commitment to the City of San José and its residents. Honorees are chosen by City Manager David Sykes from nominations submitted by Department Directors and other Council Appointees. Sykes selected the following five teams for the 2017 Pride of San José awards based on the Employee Values of Integrity, Innovation, Excellence, Collaboration, Respect and Celebration.

AMSP Leader Urges Colleagues to be Union Strong

04/03/2018

 

 

 

Andre Morrow spent the last 17 years running San Jose’s sports programs and, most recently, beautifying its parks.  Sometimes, he’s done that while wearing a purple Minnesota Vikings sweatshirt or an Ohio State ball cap.  But he’s always done it with passion and energy.

In March, the Maintenance Supervisor reached that golden milestone: retirement!

Super CEA Members Support Cupertino’s Seniors

11/01/2017

For seniors, navigating the mazes of housing, healthcare and transportation can be confusing.  For some, it’s impossible … unless they have help.

Case managers Karen Goss and Adrianna Stankovich are there to connect the dots for Cupertino’s 50 and older population.

“I really enjoy working with elders.  I love the stories they tell,” Adrianna said.

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