Things to Do

Candidates Announced for 2017 EAA Elections

As is customary for this time of the year, the Engineers & Architects Association is conducting its annual elections to fill seats in the Board of Governors and Unit Councils that are vacant or soon to be vacated. With the petition for candidacy window long since closed, the EAA Election Committee recently convened a special session to…

The IPC Wants to Hear from You!

The Engineers & Architects Association is pleased to be a partner with the City of Los Angeles’s Innovation and Performance Commission (IPC) in supporting and promoting what we feel is a unique opportunity for our members as City Employees.  Do you have an idea that would make our City a better place?  A way the City could…

EAA Dental/Vision/Chiropractic Program

One of the benefits offered to members of EAA is a Dental/Vision/Chiropractic Plan. EAA voluntary dues members have the choice of enrolling in one of the two plans EAA offers (in lieu of the City of LA Dental Plans). In our effort to bring you the most service for your benefit dollar, we are offering…

LIVEwell Challenges EAA to Take a Path to Better Health

Were you one of the 1,250 EAA members who took the LIVEwell Wellness Program Survey? If so, thank you for your participation! Your cooperation helped EAA take the top spot as Los Angeles’s most engaged labor unions then and your cooperation now will help keep EAA retain that coveted spot. This time around, the Engineers & Architects…

Things To Do: 22nd Annual Central Avenue Jazz Festival

City Councilman Curren D. Price Jr. and The New 9th are hosting the 22nd annual Central Avenue Jazz Festival and the Engineers & Architects Association has signed on as a co-sponsor. This will be the fourth year in a row EAA Outreach will be setting up shop to do meet-and-greets with the locals of Council District 9. Being…

Herb Wesson Jr. Presents The “Movies in the Park” Series

For the eleventh year running, Team Wesson will be hosting its summer classic “Movies in the Park” series in City District 10. Starting June 30th, there will be a special outdoor screening of classic animated films every other Friday evening. With most kids out of school for the summer, parents will be hard-pressed to find things to do which is…

The 2017 IBEW Local Wide Picnic

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) is hosting their 19th annual Local Wide Picnic this coming June at an all new location. IBEW Local 11’s Organizing Committee opted to host the picnic in Long Beach at the Queen Mary. Last year, the picnic had to be rescheduled due to some wet weather that rolled in from the…

A Word to the Wise From ‘Keeping LA Well’

On-Site Member Advocates Member Advocates from both Anthem Blue Cross and Kaiser Permanente are available for drop-in appointments in City Hall, Employee Benefits Division, Room 867 to provide you with personal, one-on-one assistance all year long. Member Advocates are available to: Answer your benefits and claims questions; Locate services; Help you select a primary care…

15th Annual Victory For Victims Walk/Run

The Center for Assault Treatment Services (CATS) is hosting its “15th Annual Victory for Victims Walk/Run” on Saturday, April 22, 2017.  The event will be hosted in City District 6 at Lake Balboa at Woodley Park (site 1) in Van Nuys. There will be fabulous finish line festivities including: free food and drinks a cool-down massage lounge Fitness,…