SERVICING BURBANK SINCE 1940 WITH

PRIDE & PURPOSE

REPRESENTING OVER 750 CITY EMPLOYEES & 125 DIFFERENT CLASSIFICATIONS

ABOUT US

The Burbank City Employees Association (BCEA) came into existence in October of 1939. In June of 1940 the BCEA was incorporated. The primary objective was to secure Civil Service status for all permanent City employees. Representatives of the BCEA were elected from all departments within the City. The beginning of collecting discussing and resolving problems in the work place were started.

The BCEA is one of five bargaining unions in the City. We are the largest, incorporating more than 750 employees we bargain for and/or represent each day. We cover all the clerical, trades and general employees – over 125 different classifications. We are the only organization that represents its members in bargaining with management for wages, fringe benefits and much more.

Our Services

We have many years of experience in getting results for our members.

We provide on-the-job protection, salary increases, upgraded fringe benefits, grievance representation and continue to pursue improved retirement benefits.

Read more about our services!

Member Discounts

All our members get discounts on the following:

  • Movie Tickets
  • Theme Parks 
  • Attractions
  • Special Events

View the Current Discount Offers

Business Hours

SPECIAL HOURS:

Monday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday to Thursday: 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM or by appointment
Friday: 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Monday to Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Closed for Lunch: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Office Location
221 W Alameda Ave.
Burbank, CA 91502, Suite 103
Contact Us Online: HERE

Executive Board

President
Griselda Cox
1st Vice-President
Diana Goulding
2nd VP / Chief Steward
Charles Henry (interim)
Chris Allen (Currently Unavailable)
Recording Secretary
Griselda Sandoval
Treasurer
Bob Kaczmarek
Members-At-Large
Eric Sartuche
Pete Mejia
Robert Sanders

Your Right to Representation

If you are called into a meeting with management, you have the RIGHT to know the subject of the meeting. If you REASONABLY BELIEVE the meeting could lead to discipline, you have the RIGHT to representation. You MUST ask for that right. Management does NOT have to offer it to you. You have the right to consult with your union representative before the meeting. When in doubt contact your steward.