Anaheim Municipal Employees Association

WELCOME TO AMEA!

The member-controlled Anaheim Municipal Employees Association (AMEA) exists as the sole collective bargaining agent for approximately 600 general and clerical employees who keep our communities safe and healthy. Standing together, we advocate for fairness at work and fairness in the communities we serve. 


COVID-19 UPDATE

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and governmental
recommendations, AMEA is taking steps to limit exposure by closing our office until further notice. We will, however, have staff working
remotely to service all of our members’ needs as usual, and will
continue to evaluate the situation as it develops.

We therefore recommend that members direct general questions and inquiries to AMEA by email at amea4me@sbcglobal.net and for any urgent matters, OCEA may be reached at (714) 835-3355. 

AMEA NEWS

  • FREE PAPER SHRED EVENT - Wednesday, March 31!

    The Orange County Employees Association is hosting a FREE paper shred and e-waste recycling event in collaboration with Orange County's Credit Union, California Electronics and Shred Confidential. The event is on Wednesday, March 31st from 9 a.m. to Noon. OCEA members can help prevent identity theft by shredding unneeded paper records.

  • Special Election Two Weeks Away!

    An election critical to workplace dignity and fairness in Orange County is underway. Voting-by-mail began on February 8, 2021, and in-person vote centers will begin operating on February 27, 2021. The last day to vote in-person March 9, 2021. It's a special election for Board of Supervisors District 2. The district includes the cities of Costa Mesa, Cypress, Huntington Beach, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Newport Beach, Seal Beach, Stanton, portions of Buena Park, Fountain Valley, and the unincorporated area of Rossmoor.

  • COVID-19 Safety Update - City of Anaheim

    We hope this email finds you and your family safe. As you probably have observed over the past several weeks, there has been a significant increase in COVID-19 cases across the City’s workforce.