Member News

DC 37 has joined the four of the state’s largest unions to call for legislation that seeks to protect patients from excessive hospital emergency room charges.

Your union is about more than winning raise. Through negotiations over many years, our union has built up a comprehensive benefits package, which serves as a model for unions around the country.

Members of collective bargaining units represented by DC 37 (except Local 371) are eligible for Education Fund classes and programs.

Join Workers United/SEIU (ILGWU) for the commemoration of the 108th anniversary of the 1911 Triangle Factory Fire, one of the pivotal events in U.S.

On February 1, 2019, AFSCME's Judicial Panel issued a decision on the three (3) protests filed in the Local 375 elections.

L375 Women’s Organizing Committee (WOC) celebrated Women’s History month on March 8, 2017. It was a great celebration to acknowledge all women of the past and present whom fought hard for women’s rights-to-vote, end violence, racial inequity and protecting environmental justice, LGBT, immigrants and worker rights.

WOC Chair Annette Brown said, “Women are like beautiful palm trees…we bend...but won’t break… Sisters Stand Strong in Solidarity and make that Change!”

Despite efforts to contain costs, sharply rising prescription drug prices continue to challenge the DC 37 Welfare Fund’s efforts to maintain the current level of benefits. Facing a projected $55 million-dollar budget gap in the Welfare Fund, and understanding that more money was urgently needed, Union leadership met with City representatives to find a solution.

The scholarship is open to high school seniors whose parent or legal guardian is an active member of the Civil Service Technical Guild, Local 375. To be eligible, the student must be graduating from high school in June of 2017 and planning to enter college or university in the fall. Please click here to Download the application or Contact the Guild office at: 212-815-1375.

Dear Brothers Troman and Feder and Sister Moriates:

This is to advise you that on December 16, 2016, the International Executive Board considered your appeal of the administratorship placed over AFSCME Local 375. Each of the International Vice Presidents was given a complete copy of the materials you submitted for their review. Please click here for full letter

The runoff election results from January 17, 2017 for Chapters 11 and 25 are final and posted below. Please click on the link to see the results.
Chapter 11 - DDC - Infrastructure
Chapter 25 - NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA)

Civil Service Technical Guild, AFSCME Local 375 newly elected Chapter officers and delegates taking the oath from Administrator John English on January 11th delegates meeting.

DC 37 Buses to Million Women's March on Saturday, January 21, 2017 (Read more...)

Scheduled seminars throughout the D.C. 37 Education Fund provide licensed Professional Engineers and Registered Architects the opportunity to earn Professional Development Hours for license renewal. Engineers are required to have a minimum of 36 development hours as part of the renewal process; 18 of which must be in an interactive classroom setting. These seminars are open to licensed engineers and architects only. (Application form)