San Antonio


SEIU members in San Antonio are employed by the City of San Antonio and Bexar County. The work we do touches the lives of everyone in our community. SEIU members provide quality drinking water, maintain the streets, keep our streets safe, maintain the libraries and parks, and protect our communities’ most vulnerable members.

Along with public employees and other workers across our state, we are achieving what we cannot accomplish alone to become a powerful voice for working families in Texas.

We are part of a national movement for justice. The Service Employees International Union is 2.1 million members united by the belief in the dignity and worth of workers and the services they provide. SEIU is dedicated to improving the lives of workers and their families and creating a more just and humane society.

San Antonio News

Your Community Group – Join Us This Saturday!

by We’re All in this Together!
February 20, 2014

Everywhere you go, you are part of a community.  Your family is much like a community.  You may play soccer or maybe you run.  You are part of a community.

San Antonio Community and SEIU Members Score Budget Cut Victory

by SEIU Texas
September 16, 2013

When the City of San Antonio proposed budget cuts that would eliminate ten members of the Domestic Violence Crisis Response Team, SEIU members and San Antonio residents from across the city stood up and fought back in defense of this vital community service – and won. Read more >

Animal Care Officers Blow Whistle on San Antonio’s Growing Stray Dog Crisis
by Paloma Martinez
June 11, 2013

San Antonio Animal Care Services (ACS) employees are taking action to protect residents from the public health and safety threats posed by our city’s growing stray dog crisis. During a session of City Council’s Citizens to be Heard, Animal Care Officers (ACO’s) gave first hand accounts of the astounding understaffing endangering the public daily. Under current ACS mismanagement, thousands of calls for help go unanswered, bites are on the rise, and residents have resorted to trapping animals themselves.

“We are dangerously understaffed,” said Gabriel Rodriguez, Animal Care Officer with five years of service to San Antonio. “I am deeply concerned that ACS is failing in our mission to protect our citizens. We received 7,600 calls for help in April–the vast majority of which we could not respond to at all.” Read More >

SEIU Members Meet With City to Talk EPDP Reform

by Richard Solis, Community Service Specialist
March 3, 2013

Over 1,000 people are classified as professional employees who work for the City of San Antonio. We are all proud of the role we play to make our city a great place to live. For the past 4 years, I’ve worked in the Police Department where I assist domestic violence victims and advocate for their needs. Read more >

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