Engineers & Architects Association
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If you are employed by the City of Los Angeles and are employed in a Civil Service classification covered by one of the following Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) 1, 19, 20, 21 or 28 you are eligible to become a voluntary dues paying member of EAA .Join EAA Now
Engineers & Architects Association would like to remember a former member, colleague and friend
Anthony “Tony” Ortiz
from the Los Angeles Police Department,
Scientific Investigation Division
(Please click on his name or picture shown below to view Tony’s memorial page.)
EAA represents approximately 4,500 employees in the City of Los Angeles and is the longest standing City union. EAA has represented City employees continuously since it was established in 1894.
Our highly educated union sisters and brothers are employed in a wide variety of occupations in the administrative, professional, and technical fields and many are supervisors or managers. Typical occupations include accountants, planners, hygienists, IT professionals, management analysts, drafting technicians, and biologists. EAA members are employed in virtually every City department including Police, Fire, Airports, Public Works, and Harbor.
Our members work at hundreds of locations throughout Los Angeles, from San Pedro to the San Fernando Valley, from Boyle Heights to Bel-Air, and from Hollywood to Westwood. When citizens of Los Angeles require any service from the City government, EAA members are involved in providing that service.
EAA Labor Representative Accomplishments
“Through negotiations EAA was successful in obtaining an Office of Finance member to resign in lieu of termination.”
Department of Finance
“EAA Member alleges discrimination by supervisor; supervisor removed from member’s line of supervision.”
Los Angeles Department of Transportation
“EAA Member’s Termination reduced to five day suspension via disciplinary appeal.”
EAA Community Involvement
Proyecto Pastoral established GHP on December 12, 1988. The shelter opened its doors to […]
A Tribute to Anthony “Tony” Ortiz, a former EAA Member, Colleague and Friend, who […]
On May 6, 2015 during the Board of Commissioners and LA City Department Recreation […]