April 2019 Retiree COLA
02/21/2019 - At the February meeting, the Retirement Board affirmed the actuary's calculation of a cost of living adjustment (COLA) for the plan. The actual amount of your retiree COLA depends upon the tier from which you retired. Maximum COLAs are 2%, 3% or 4% and retirees will receive their maximum this year.
Retiree Health Plan Update Meeting
09/10/2018 - Retirees are encouraged to attend an information session on September 13 at 8:00 AM to discuss the new health plans that take effect January 2019.
Why did my retirement contribution change?
08/29/2018 - You may have noticed a change to your MCERA retirement deduction for your first pay period in July. The MCERA Retirement Board approved new contribution rates in February that took effect July 1, 2018.
Share Your Medical Plan Feedback with the County
03/26/2018 - The County of Marin is conducting a request for proposal (RFP) to replace the Anthem Blue Cross PPO plan, which has grown increasingly unaffordable in recent years. As part of the RFP process, retirees covered by the Kaiser Silver, Kaiser Low and Anthem Blue Cross plans sponsored by the County are encouraged to share concerns and provide feedback by completing a short survey.
Error in Retiree COLA Mailing List
03/09/2018 - We discovered an error in the retiree cost of living adjustment (COLA) mailing that was sent to all COLA-eligible retirees this week.