HOPE AFSCME Local 123

We are HOPE AFSCME Local 123

As HOPE AFSCME Local 123  members, we have the power to make a difference. By joining together, HOPE members have clout at the ballot box, in the halls of government and at the bargaining table. HOPE AFSCME Local 123 is one of the city’s most powerful advocates for working families in the city of Houston.

HOUSTON – Devastation on an unprecedented scale. That’s what Hurricane Harvey left in its wake when it slammed into Texas last month. Since then, AFSCME working and retiree members throughout the Lone Star State have been helping those in need.

HOUSTON – Public service workers across south Texas worked tirelessly to keep basic operations going throughout Hurricane Harvey and in its aftermath.

AFSCME members are stepping up to help their sisters and brothers affected by Harvey in Texas. Thank you. And please keep the donations coming.
During what may be the worst natural disaster in Texas history, AFSCME public service workers and first responders are making heroic efforts to keep people alive, restore essential services and protect property.

HOPE AFSCME Local 123 members served their city heroically during Huricane Harvey. Many of you worked night and day to protect the people of Houston while your own homes were flooded and damaged. HOPE is dedicated to helping members rebuild their lives and make sure that we stay HOUSTON STRONG together. Below are resources available to HOPE members. 

Click here to register with the Texas Workers Relief project 

Click here to register with FEMA 

It is time to meet with the City of Houston to negotiate our Meet and Confer Agreement for the next 3 years. In this contract we work to address concerns like better pay, benefits, working conditions and respect at our workplace. We need to hear from you on what you want to see added or strengthened in the next Meet and Confer Agreement.

Click here to take a bargaining survey.

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