Employee Organizations

Each group has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), which includes information on job classifications, benefits and pay ranges. For details regarding employee benefit eligibility, please refer to these current labor agreements.

Placentia City Employee Association

The Placentia City Employees Association (PCEA) bargaining unit represents general non-sworn City employees.
Memorandum of Understanding and Side Letter (PDF)

Placentia Firefighters Association

The Placentia Firefighters Association (PFA) bargaining unit represents sworn Firefighters, Captains, and Engineers.
Memorandum of Understanding and Side Letter (PDF)

Placentia Police Officers Association

The Placentia Police Officers Association (PPOA) bargaining unit represents sworn Police Officers
Memorandum of Understanding and Side Letter (PDF)

Placentia Police and Fire Management Association

The Placentia Police Management Association (PPFMA) bargaining unit represents Sergeants, Lieutenants, Police Captains, and Battalion Chiefs.
Memorandum of Understanding and Side Letter (PDF)

Executive Staff

Executive Staff have individual contracts and are not eligible for overtime. For more information, refer to our Employee Compensation page to find compensation information as well as individual contracts.
Executive Staff Compensation

Mid Management

Our Mid-Management staff are unrepresented and their salaries are set by resolution.
Mid-Management employees are not eligible for overtime.
Salary Resolution (PDF)

Part Time Employee

Part-Time and seasonal employees are considered "at will"; their appointment is seasonal, substitute, casual or temporary. As this position is not part of the City's merit system, it is without any vested property right, may be terminated at any time, without cause and without right to appeal. Our part-time employees are eligible for Deferred Compensation. Such employees shall be enrolled in the City's Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) replacement plan.

In accordance with the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014, California Labor Code Sections 245 through 239, employees shall be eligible for paid sick leave hours. Effective July 1, 2015, California law (AB 1522) requires that all employees who have worked for more than 30 days for an employer be provided paid sick leave at the accrual rate of one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked, up to a minimum of 3 days or 24 hours of paid sick leave to be provided in a 12-month period.

Under the Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), employees may be eligible for enrollment in the City sponsored medical plan designed to meet the requirements of the ACA.