Retired Public Employees Association Santa Cruz RPEA

Retired Public Employees Assocation Santa Cruz RPEA

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RPEA Chapter 9 Surf City- Santa Cruz has been serving retired public employees since 1958.

We are retired California public employees working together to maintain and improve the quality of the lives of our members by protecting and improving our retirement and medical benefits.

What's New
We appreciate all the members who choose to receive the newsletter by email. Recently in a cascade of technical difficulties in my household, the mailing list that includes the indicator for print or email version got scrambled. Thanks for letting us know if you unexpectedly received a printed copy of a newsletter. I have my fingers crossed that the list is correct now..
Sincerely, Mary Doherty, RPEA Chapter 9 Secretary 

We have a new Covid 19 resources page.
Following the guidelines of our local and national health agencies regarding public gatherings during this time of the coronavirus, the Chapter 9 RPEA board has decided to cancel our April 7th meeting. We want our members to stay healthy.
For regular Coronavirus updates, check our Public Health Division website: Additional information can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website:

AARP had a this article on the coronavirus

Make sure your important documents are up-to-date.
Surf-City Santa Cruz RPEA Chapter 9 has been serving retired public employees in Santa Cruz County for more than 50 years.  The purpose of this Chapter is to


Promote the betterment and welfare of all retired state, classified school and contracting agency employees, who are receiving benefits from the California Public Employees Retirement system (CalPERS); and


Foster acquaintances, cooperation, harmony and economic well being among its members and thus assist in enjoyment of a healthy, active, interesting and useful life throughout their retirement; and


Promote the welfare of said chapter members in all ways compatible with the public interest, including but not limited to the support of legislation deemed beneficial, and resistance to legislation deemed detrimental to the interest of said Chapter members.