Benefits

Insurance

The City provides multiple options for medical and dental coverage as well as vision. The City pays up to the family level. If an employee chooses not to participate in the plans offered, they may elect to have the employee only rate premium placed into their Deferred Compensation account.

For 2019, the monthly premiums are:


EEEE and SPEE and CHEE and FAM
Cigna (HMO)$862.96$1,725.94$1,423.90$2,157.42
Kaiser$596.16$1,311.54$1,192.31$1,788.41
Dental (PPO)$48.60$94.06$113.31$156.40
Dental (HMO)$17.31$34.24$29.23$48.46
Vision$8.45$15.24$15.53$24.58

Other Insurance

  • Basic Term Life Insurance
  • Short Term Disability Insurance
  • Workers Compensation Insurance
  • Medicare

Retirement - Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)

The current retirement formulas are:

  • Sworn: 3% at 50. (Employees are eligible to retire at age 50 and will earn 3% of their salary per year of service.) 
  • Non-Sworn: 3% at 60. (Employees are eligible to retire at age 60 and will earn 3% of their salary per year of service.)

Employees hired after December 31, 2012 will be required to pay the entire employee portion of PERS contributions, along with a small portion of the employer contribution. The current retirement formulas for these employee are:

  • Sworn: 2.7% at 57. (Employees are eligible to retire at age 57 and will earn 2.7% of their salary per year of service.)
  • Non-Sworn: 2% at 62. (Employees are eligible to retire at age 62 and will earn 2% of their salary per year of service.)

Deferred Compensation

The City offers a 457 plan that the employee may elect to contribute portions of their salary.

Negotiated Incentives

  • Bi-lingual Incentive Pay
  • Certificate Incentive Pay
  • Uniform Allowance