Serving Riverside & San Bernardino Counties

We are the largest Labor Council geographically with 27,269 square miles with 133 cities, several unincorporated communities, including School Boards and multiple Water Boards, in addition to nine Congressional Districts, seven Senate Districts and fourteen Assembly Districts all in our jurisdiction.

There are a little over two hundred and eighty nine thousand union members who reside in our two counties. Our Labor Council has a fifteen member Executive Board and all fifteen members are from different local unions.

We are comprised of eighty two affiliations following the mergers of some locals with two constituency groups – CBTU and PAW.

Your Vote Matters

Voting is the average citizen’s most important tool to create change. In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure that every registered voter has the chance to cast their ballot, all ballots will be mailed out by October 5th. The last day to register to vote in the November 2020 General Election is October 18th.

Visit to register to vote, and California’s voter registration lookup tool to check on your registration status.

It is very important that all of our voices are heard and all of our votes counted, even during a worldwide pandemic!

The 2020 Census

The U.S Census is a count of all living residents; regardless of race, citizenship status, creed, gender, or age. It is mandated by our Constitution every ten years.

Using data collected by the Census, our Government makes decisions about State funding that directly affect our communities. Our region loses roughly $1000 annually for each person that is not counted and that money supports schools, healthcare, road/highway upkeep, and state employed jobs; such as Teachers, Fire Fighters, E.M.T’s, Home Healthcare Providers, Police Officers, and so many more. Historically, the Inland Empire has always been overlooked and underfunded and it is time for that to change.

Visit My2020Census.Gov or call (844)330-2020 to fill out the questionnaire for your household today! 


Transforming The Workplace

The San Bernardino & Riverside Labor Council represents local unions from every sector of the Labor Movement. The Labor Council and our unions work to build worker power through Union Organizing, Political Education, Economic Development and training programs to give workers a voice to improve their lives.

Why Support Unions?


Unions pursue strategies and activities that serve the interests of their members. These include representing members and negotiating with employers, recruiting new members and engaging in political action when necessary to support policies that improve working conditions for all workers.

Unions Are The Heart of The Workforce!