We Saved the $15 Minimum Wage

Years back, SEIU 721 fought tooth and nail for a $15 minimum wage in LA County and today we successfully protected our victory! Today, the LA County Board of Supervisors announced that they will not be voting to Read More...

City of Ventura – Overtime Extended for Some in Q and S Units

While the COVID-19 pandemic turns our world upside down, SEIU Local 721 is working swiftly to keep workers, their families and the residents we serve safe. During these extraordinary times City of Ventura workers have kept the city running. Through your hard work and because of the great Read More...

Support the Heroes Act!

Furloughs and Layoffs in LA County?! We Can STOP Them by Getting Congress to Pass the Heroes Act!   Q & A on LA County Budget Crisis   Q:     Why is LA County CEO Sachi Hamai talking about  Read More...

Reminder: Fill out the 2020 Census!

The 2020 Census is underway and now more than ever, self-response by all households is strongly urged considering the current health emergency. The process is easy, fast and confidential and helps you secure Read More...

Tell Congress, Pass the HEROES Act

While Congress has spent hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars bailing out big business and millionaire CEOs, the hardworking public servants who have been putting their lives on the line every day are being warned that looming budget shortfalls could mean massive cuts in Read More...

City of Ventura – Time to Vote!

SEIU Local 721 City of Ventura bargaining team (left to right) Lynn Lopez, Burt Yanez, Maruja Clensay, Julie Santia, Cary Glenn, Jennie Buckingham, Roger Adams, Patrick Stock, Gabby Wimer. Don Taylor not in photo.   Things are changing quickly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and Read More...