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Welcome to the City of Roseville retiree information page. This site will provide timely and relevant information to you, our retirees. Please check back regularly and often.
Human Resources Director
Please ensure the City has your most recent address and direct deposit information on file. The Direct Deposit Authorization and Change of Address for Retiree Health form should be updated if either of these change. Completed forms can be returned to City of Roseville – Finance Department as referenced on the top of the form Direct Deposit - Change of address form for Retirees
Questions regarding the reimbursement process can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or a Payroll representative at 916-746-1280.
Update as of May 1, 2017
CalPERS provides the 2018 PEMHCA rate
On April 12, 2017, CalPERS released Circular Letter No: 600-017-17 that sets the Minimum Employer Contribution amount for 2018 at $133.00 per month. The Minimum Employer Contribution amount is prescribed by Government Code Section 22892 of the Public Employees’ Medical and Hospital Care Act (PEMHCA). The City of Roseville contracts with CalPERS to pay the PEMHCA minimum health premium contribution for participating active employees and eligible retirees. The set amount is annually adjusted and must be paid by the employer to CalPERS directly.
What does this mean for eligible retirees? The new rate adjustment will start in December 2017 as health insurance premiums are paid a month in advance, and therefore eligible retirees will see an adjustment to the reimbursed amount they receive from the City. The $133.00 is included in the maximum amount the City will contribute each month towards medical insurance premiums. The city contribution total will change in January, 2018 and is up to $1,324 per month.
Refer to the CalPERS website for full details.
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