RP Health and Wellness

California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS)CalPERS uses three factors to calculate your retirement benefit:  Service Credit (years) x Benefit Factor (% per year, age) x Final Compensation = Pension/Unmodified Allowance.  Pension benefits are payable for life.

Per the Public Employees' Pension Reform Act (PEPRA), effective 1/1/13, new-hire employees with no prior membership in any California public retirement system will be placed in the following retirement formulas.  Employees must contribute 50% of the normal cost rate to CalPERS.

  • Miscellaneous:  2%@ age 62
  • Safety Employees:  2.7%@ age 57

New-hire employees who first established CalPERS membership with another agency prior to January 1, 2013 and are eligible to establish reciprocity with the City of Rohnert Park are considered "classic" members and will be placed in the following retirement formulas:

  • Miscellaneous:  2%@ age 55
  • Safety Employees:  3%@ age 55
  • The City does not participate in Social Security, but does withhold Medicare taxes.


High Deductible Health Plan - Health Savings Account (HSA) forms
Health and Wellness Fair: May 17, 2023, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Click HERE for additional information)

Kaiser Health Plans:

HMO Plan - Understanding your costs; copay or coinsurance

High Deductible Health Plan - Health Savings Account - Understanding your costs

REMIF (Anthem Blue Cross) Health Plans:

Anthem Blue Cross Network - Find a Doctor (Instructions)
REMIF Rate Plan Grid (comparison of REMIF plans)

Sutter Health Plans:

Sutter Health Great Coverage Booklet
Member Portal Flyer

Alternate Benefit Information:

Alternate Benefit: If you are not enrolling in a Health Plan, you are eligible for the $400 monthly benefit. Or if two employees are employed by the City and one carries benefits for the couple/family, the other is eligible for the Alternate Benefit.  Proof of other health insurance coverage is required in order to receive the benefit. The alternate benefit amount may be directed to an employee’s deferred compensation account, CalPERS repayment, or Supplemental Life Insurance.

Delta Dental and VSP Plans (City pays 100% of the premium for employees and their dependents)

AFLAC and LegalShield (individual employee paid benefit plans)


  • $50,000 Life Insurance Policy for employees and $1,000 for dependents
  • Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Retiree Health Savings Account – City contributes $100/month
  • Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Education and Tuition Reimbursement Program
  • Use of the City's Sports Center, and lap swim in the City's swimming pools, for employee and eligible dependents