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Next Regular Board of Retirement Meeting

The next regular meeting of the SDCERA Board of Retirement will be held at 9:00 am on Thursday, June 20, 2019. Click here for more details.


Thinking About Retirement?

Attend a retirement seminar, calculate your benefit, apply for retirement or contact SDCERA's Member Service Center at 619-515-6800.


Retiree Health Insurance Program

For information about SDCERA's Retiree Health Insurance Program CLICK HERE.


Are your Beneficiary Designations Current?

Make sure your SDCERA beneficiary designations are up-to-date because your beneficiaries may be entitled to receive certain SDCERA benefits upon your death. If you have married, divorced or had children, you should update your beneficiary information by completing a Beneficiary Designation form and submitting it to SDCERA.




Election Results Announced for Board of Retirement Active General Member Third Seat

The County of San Diego Registrar of Voters (ROV) has certified the election results for the San Diego County Employees Retirement Association (SDCERA) Board of Retirement Active General Member Third seat. Bob Goodchild was re-elected, and he will begin his second three-year term on July 1, 2019.

SDCERA is an independent association established by the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937. SDCERA administers retirement and associated benefits for eligible employees of the County of San Diego and other participating employers. SDCERA collects contributions from active Members and their employers, invests these funds and pays benefits to retired Members and beneficiaries.


Meet SDCERA's Newest Beneficiary

SDCERA welcomes its newest Beneficiary, a daughter named Emiko born to Member Benefits Associate Marylyn Gines - just in time for Mother's Day.

Marylyn is responsible for helping SDCERA Members establish reciprocity and purchase service credit. She also works closely on payroll reports and Member account updates.

Congratulations to the entire family!

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Speaking of Beneficiaries, Are Your Beneficiaries Up-To-Date?

Make sure your SDCERA beneficiary designations are up-to-date because your beneficiaries may be entitled to receive certain SDCERA benefits upon your death. If you have married, divorced or had children, you should update your beneficiary information by completing a Beneficiary Designation form and submitting it to SDCERA.


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