Professional Engineers

Local 21’s San Francisco Professional Engineers’ chapter is comprised of professional engineers employed by CCSF. Collectively, they are responsible for the design and safety of much of our city’s buildings and infrastructure.

Chapter News and Events

One Stop Shop for CCSF Ratification Info!

05/06/2019

All of the documents about the CCSF Tentative Agreement ratification vote are now in one spot!

Tentative Agreement Highlights!

05/02/2019

Click for the flier on our Tentative Agreement Highlights!

CCSF Ratification Worksite Meetings- RSVP Here!

05/02/2019

Voting occurs from May 6 to May 16. Find the closest worksite meeting and RSVP today!

April 11th Rally!

04/05/2019

Local 21 Wins Hearing on Abuse of Exempt Positions in San Francisco

03/19/2019

Local 21 recently met with San Francisco Supervisors to talk about our priority issues in bargaining. After meeting with us, Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer called for a hearing on growing use of Exempt positions in CCSF.

San Francisco Spends Millions Outsourcing Geotechnical Work Critical to Public Safety

03/15/2019

Over the past 3 years the City has spent $5,409,989 outsourcing critical geotechnical engineering work to outside firms for San Francisco’s Department of Public Works, while employing only 2 Geotechnical Engineers. The work is essential to public safety, but the City still isn't recognizing the value of permanent civil service workers.

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