PERAtour, the statewide community outreach effort that took place throughout 2017 to address PERA’s current funded status and risk profile, concluded its final phase of community meetings and programming in late 2017.
PERA is now working with legislators from both parties to develop a bill that reflects the PERA Board of Trustees’ proposed reforms to the plan. The legislation will be introduced to the Colorado General Assembly during the 2018 session.
To remain up-to-date as this critical bill makes its way through the legislative process, visit the “Legislation” section of PERA on the Issues regularly and sign up to receive our bi-weekly newsletter.
If you wish to learn more about PERAtour, the PERA Board’s recommended package of reforms, and PERA’s financial health, we invite you to explore the resource library below.
A video shared at community meetings during the second phase of PERAtour that looks at the proactive steps PERA is taking to address the long-term sustainability of the plan for the hundreds of thousands of Coloradans who depend on it for their retirement security.
A video shared at community meetings during the first phase of PERAtour that takes an animated look back at PERA’s history from 1998 to the present.
A presentation shared at community meetings during the second phase of PERAtour that reviews the principles, priorities, and process followed by the PERA Board and provides an overview of the Board’s recommended package of reforms designed to address PERA’s financial health and funded status.
An outline of the PERA Board’s recommended package of reforms that will impact all PERA membership if passed by the State Legislature.
A synopsis of the feedback received from participants during the first phase of PERAtour community meetings across the state when asked to weigh in on core principles that should guide the PERA Board’s consideration of reforms to the plan.