Effective January 1, 2017, the City of Roseville’s (City) changed how contribution towards retirees' medical insurance premium was paid, thereby affecting their pension payments from CalPERS. Please note that your actual medical contribution benefit from the City did not change – the change was in the method by which the contribution is paid.

With the changes made to Tier 3 and 4 employees' retiree medical, CalPERS only allows the City to pay the PEMCHA minimum to CalPERS, and, therefore, the remainder of the premium owed to CalPERS must be deducted from a retiree's monthly pension check (warrant). The City will pay the remaining premium amount up to the maximum City contribution on the first of the month directly to our retirees.  When the first of the month falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the City's direct deposit will be processed on the immediately preceding Friday.   

To have your reimbursement direct deposited, complete the: 

Direct Deposit - Change of address form for Retirees

Return your completed form to:
City of Roseville
Finance Department/Retiree Medical
311 Vernon Street
Roseville, CA 95678


2018 Retiree Reimbursement Schedule

Informational Sessions were held to inform retirees of this change and answer questions.

Letter to Retirees regarding Reimbursement Change Oct. 11, 2016

October 20, 2016 – Informational Session Video - first session:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ms1MaF90oCs

Tax Information for Health Reimbursement Arrangements

CAPP Information: CalPERS program for retirees whose monthly warrants are not sufficient to cover their share of the monthly health premium.


You can email questions to RetireeMedical@roseville.ca.us or contact Payroll at 916-746-1280.