Who We Are

The Snohomish County Labor Council is a federation of 64 different AFL/CIO unions that represents over 42,000 working people in Snohomish County. View a list of affiliated locals


The Structure of the Snohomish County Labor Council

• Full-time Secretary-Treasurer and Administrative Assistant

• Per capita is currently 50 cents per member/per month

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Current Committees

Community Services Committee, which provides support to community agencies and union members in need.

Organizers Forum that meets monthly to discuss issues of organizing, potential targets, the problems of organizing, and how we can support each other's efforts.

Community Relations Committee, which works to help the Council provide for diverse representation.

Mobilization Committee is working on coordinating local support for rallies and job actions.

Education Committee which helps put together our Labor Radio Journal on KSER FM 90.7

• Other ad hoc committees such as a recent one on building a permanent Workers Safety Memorial at the County Courthouse operate from time to time at the discretion of the Executive Board.