Welcome Retirees!


We hope you find this site useful with quick access to vital information for managing your retirement lifestyle. In the future you will find important announcements and updates affecting City of Phoenix Retirees here on this page. If there is something you would like to see, or comments you would like to make, feel free to contact a board member by email or telephone.






  • THE STATE OF THE CITY AND PENSION INFORMATION UPDATE GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING ON THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2019 IS AT 1:30 PM, at the Washington Center, 2240 West Citrus Way, Phoenix; Multi-Purpose Room. The time related in the April Chronicle was incorrect.
  • The link to the Retiree Benefits Guide and the information to COPERS is: https://www.phoenix.gov/copers/retirees
  • Please check the mailing label on this Chronicle for the “Dues Paid Thru:” year. If the “Dues Paid Thru:” year is “2018”, this will be your last newsletter, please renew your COPRA membership NOW! As a retiree, it is important that you stay abreast of events happening in the City that may have an impact on your benefits and the retirement fund. As our motto on the front page of the Chronicle says, “Membership is Our Strength.” COPRA membership dues are $12.00 a year for all members or $50 for 5 years. See the Membership tab on this page.



  • On Thursday, April 4th, 2019, at the Washington Activity Center 2240 West Citrus Way, Multi Purpose Room, Phoenix, AZ - The City Manager and the Acting Retirement Program Administrator will bring us all up to speed on the State of the City and latest Pension Information at the COPRA MEMBERS Meeting. A notary will also be available for you to complete your Retirement Benefit Affidavit and return it to the City Retirement Office.
  • The April Chronicle features the President’s message and City Manager’s Column highlighting the 2019-20 Fiscal Year Budget activities. Click Here



Membership Is Our Strength

Congratulations on your retirement from the City of Phoenix. The City of Phoenix Retirees™ Association (COPRA) Board would like to personally invite and encourage your participation in COPRA. As you may know, the COPRA board works diligently to develop, promote, and carry out activities for the benefit of retired City of Phoenix employees. Many improvements and protections of our pensions and other retirement benefits have come through the efforts of COPRA, a tireless advocate for City of Phoenix retirees. Come join us.