UA Local 38, Plumbers & Pipefitters
San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Mendocino & Lake Counties
  • Local 38 Financial Forms

    Many Local 38 members are facing financial difficulties due to the current COVID-19 outbreak. Here are the forms necessary to access your Vacation and Holiday accounts, and to apply for Local 38's supplemental unemployment benefit:

    Vacation/Holiday Advance form

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Local 38’s Supplemental Unemployment Benefit (SUB) is available only to members receiving unemployment payments from the California Employment Development Department (EDD), are on the Local 38 Out of Work List, and who meet the hours requirement. When submitting your Group SUB application make sure you include detailed proof of payment from EDD.”

    Group SUB Rules and Regulations

    Group SUB Application

    When completed, please return forms to the Trust Fund office. Email to tfo@ualocal38.org or fax to (415) 626-2090.

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  • Santa Rosa Training Tour
    Posted On: Mar 11, 2021
    Local 38 Business Manager Larry Mazzola, Jr., (middle in picture above) along with several staff members from the San Francisco office paid a visit to the Santa Rosa Training Center last week to see the expansion and rennovation underway at the campus.

    Touring Santa Rosa Training Center Renovations

       The Local 38 Training Department  continues to expand and renovate the Santa Rosa Training Center, adding new classrooms, shop space and equipment.

       “We have always been proud of our Santa Rosa school,” said Training Director Steve Mazzola. “But the North Bay market has changed dramatically. We have more students, a greater share of the work in the North Bay, and new technology and techniques.

       “The expansion and updating going on in Santa Rosa means we can successfully address those changing needs,” he concluded.

    PLUMBING BUILDING

         The most dramatic addition to the Santa Rosa facility will be a new 2,600 square foot plumbing building located at the rear of the property.

        The building will include a large open work area where apprentices can practice the installation and stripping of drain, waste and vent piping systems, an open air “classroom” for instructional sessions, and an “augmented soil area where students can practice installing underground piping systems.

        Other additions to the campus include a new classroom dedicated to using various UA and industry trainers, a remodel of the school’s computer classroom, the addition of a conference room, a new instructors’ preparation area and the updating of campus-wide WiFi capabilities.

        “We are seeing steady growth in the North Bay,” said Local 38 Business Manager Larry Mazzola, Jr., “both in our market share, and in the number of apprentices we have in Santa Rosa.

        “Everyone in the Local 38 Training Department, with the help and support of Business Agent Frank Reardon, are doing great work making sure our school, as well as our union hall, is ready to meet the changes we are seeing in our trade,” he concluded.


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