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LOCAL NO. 2​1​1





  • Walk in office hours are between 9:00 AM and 2:00 Pm                                                           
  • Please call into the office for eyeglass vouchers.                                                                           
  • New Inspectors please note it can take up to 30 days for the application processto be completed.This is not a deadline! This is only how long it takes

  • If you have not automatically received an application in the mail, please request one through this website.

  • We have a basket with new applications available in office vestibule 

  • You must include 25 dollars application fee along with a copy of your marriage and birth certificates for all dependents.

  • The union itself does not collect the dues deducted from your pay. The city makes this deduction from your pay whether you join the union or not.

  • The medical plan you select is managed thru your city agency. This includes prescriptions for any Injectable or Chemotherapy Drugs

  • The Union has coverage for most other medications, as well as dental, chiropractic, podiatry, eyeglasses and hearing aids.

  • Any foreign documents submitted to the union must be translated by a recognized entity or that country’s embassy.

  • ​​You must be sworn in after your are approved to become a member!

                                                                                                                                 April, 2018  

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

                    I am sure most of you are looking forward to the warmer weather as am I.                                                                                                                                       

                    I am happy to report I just returned from the beautiful new IUOE training facility in Crosby Texas. The IUOE held a fight back conference for union leaders to help prepare for a possible negative decision in the Supreme Court Janus V. AFSCME case. Various unions from across the country expressed the difficulties they are facing in their right to work states. It was good to hear that Gov. Cuomo has just signed a bill that puts New York in the forefront of legislation that may blunt the resulting damage that may be caused if the Supreme Court rules against the AFSCME. The court's ruling will be based ultimately on the constitutional questions being brought before them. Anyone who may have observed supreme the court in the past know how many twists and turns may be in store before rendering their verdict.

                           The Municipal labor committee has informed me that the city has made significant efforts to assess possible changes to our health care program. They have met with our insurers to try and effectuate reasonable savings. The MLC has stressed to the city that the savings have to be real before any type of deal can be negotiated with the MLC. I will be attending a meeting with the MLC on May 2rd and will keep you posted of any significant changes.


David McCredo c.p.c.a.

President local 211














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225 Broadway - Fl. 43,

New York, NY 10007 USA


Phone: 212. 233.2690

Fax: 212.962.2523