AFSCME Local 1624

Council Member Greg Casar - City of Austin pay raise and end of year stipend update

Saturday, December 11th - 9am

AFSCME Local 1624’s VOTE PAC screening for the 2022 March Primary

This event is for AFSCME VOTE PAC members only.  Click the vote pac button for details on the screening, rsvp instructions and  how to join our vote pac


Travis County employees 2022 pay raise details from Judge Nick Chu and County Tax Assessor Bruce Elfant 

Nick Chu - email update to employees

Bruce Elfant - email update to employees  

Bernie Sanders speaks to AFSCME Local 1624 at the 2015 PEOPLE Conference -  Video Here 

Local 1624 2019 VOTE PAC  Conference 

AFSCME Local 1624 - local discounts 

New Austin discount! 

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AT&T, car rentals, flights, movie tickets, amusement park discounts, Local real estate services and searches and 100's of more discounts

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 COVID 19  Updates
We are in constant communication with City and County Elected officials and Executive staff. We will email all members asap as we receive important updates.  Our offices at Centre Creek are closed to the public at this time.  All AFSCME staff are still working and representing our members. We will continue to work through out this emergency.  The link below has more details on contacting us for assistance. 
More info - HERE

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