Contra Costa County

Local 21’s Contra Costa County chapter has passed 93% membership; we are engineers, planners, administrators, accountants, librarians, health services professionals, and more! We are supervisors, managers, and specialists and we are PROUD to choose Union!

Chapter News and Events

Local 21 Questions County’s Contracting Practices


What should you do if you believe a County department is contracting for services that should be performed by a Local 21 employee?



Updates on our campaign for equitable healthcare in Contra Costa County. SIGN THE PETITION TODAY!

(Contra Costa Bulletin August 2018)

Contra Costa Bulletin - July 2018


Pay raise announcment. Important healthcare updates. Also: Don't be fooled by anti-union agents!

CCC Union Healthcare Coalition Call to Action


The county continues to create and uphold agreements resulting in astronomical healthcare costs for employees; join Local 21 and seven other unions in saying "ENOUGH!"

BREAKING: CCC Board of Sups Passes Pro-Union Resolution


In the face of Janus v. AFSCME, Contra Costa County joins cities and counties across the Bay Area in supporting the freedom of employees to join together in strong unions.

Contra Costa Bulletin Special Edition: June 2018


Janus v. AFSCME: An overview of "Right to Work" and the private interests behind it. Still have questions? See our handy FAQs.

A Message from Your Local 21 Chapter Leaders


Your voice and your ideas about how to improve Contra Costa County employment matter to us. As the elected leaders of the Local 21 Contra Costa County Chapter, we are working hard to improve wages and make healthcare more affordable for Contra Costa County Local 21-represented employees, including you...

Contra Costa Bulletin - May 2018


Contra Costa County Local 21 membership surpasses 90% for first time ever! Also in this issue: Local 21 wins backpay arbitration case against CCC; and, request for member volunteers for Labor Council-endorsed Diana Becton.

Janus v. AFSCME Update - Feb. 2018


Oral arguments will be heard in the upcoming Janus v. AFSCME U.S. Supreme Court case beginning today; Local 21 needs Volunteer Organizing Team (VOT) members to help us talk to everyone in the union about recommitting to Local 21.