IBEW Local 617 now has a secure online payment process to accept your dues with MasterCard, Visa or Discover Card (American Express not accepted). All credit card payments are processed through a secured gateway and Local 617 is unable to see your credit card number. We do not charge you a fee to pay online.
How to Pay Online
Click the PAY NOW button above to the right. On your first login, you will need to generate a Username and Password. To do this, select 'Log In/Registration' and click on 'Registration/Log-in Request' and follow the instructions.
When making your online payment, please make sure you have your MEMBER NUMBER available (located on the right-hand side of your dues receipt).
If you are 90 days or more past due or have a Trial Board fine, do not pay online. You will need to call the hall at (650) 574-4239 and speak to the Admin staff. The Local Union will process the dues payment manually and your receipt will be mailed to you at the address you have on record.
If you have any questions about payment processing or need assistance with your username and password, please call (650) 574-4239.
**All Out of Milwaukee Trim Squares; only 617 Gaitor Masks Available, While Supplies Last
CDC ESTABLISHES WHEN CONSTRUCTION WORKERS SHOULD GET COVID-19 VACCINE
Per the December 20 recommendations, construction workers are categorized as “other essential workers” and fall under the 1C vaccination phase alongside IT and communication workers, engineers, food service workers, civic infrastructure and transportation workers, and those employed in the legal, media, energy, and finance sectors. Phase 1C also recommends vaccinating adults and teenagers with medical conditions that place them at increased risk of COVID-19 infection.
The essential workers, frontline or otherwise, categorized under Phases 1B and 1C represent a total of roughly 87 million Americans, per ACIP recommendations, with an estimated 30 million people in the first grouping and 57 million people in the second grouping. As of this writing, roughly 4.8 million people in the U.S. have received a dose of the vaccine according to CDC statistics shared by the New York Times with South Dakota, North Dakota, West Virginia, Alaska, Vermont, Maine, Montana, Connecticut, and Tennessee leading the way in terms of percentage of residents who have been administered a shot. Arizona and states in the Deep South—Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana—rank at the bottom when considering the percentage of shots given to each state’s respective population. States with large populations including California, Texas, New York, and Florida have administered the most shots overall.