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 March General Membership Meeting will be held Virtually on Thursday, March 25th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. COPRA will be hosting the Meeting via ZOOM. Guest speakers will be City Manager, Ed Zuercher and Retirement Administrator, Scott Steventon. They will have some important information for us. To ensure the meeting is as secure as possible, we are asking members to preregister for the meeting by March 24th. If you have a computer and email, please send your request to: email@example.com with, “General Membership Meeting Registration” in the subject line. We will follow-up with a link to the meeting. Computer users will be able to choose a video-only connection. If you do not use a computer, please contact COPRA President Rob Sweeney at 480-215-2215 and we will get you an audio-only connection.
A Retirees Webinar with Christina Lessard, CFP, hosted by Nationwide on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. The Webinar is geared toward your life in retirement. It will give you strategies, tools and resources to help you stay on track,. They will cover: Required Minimum Distribution, Roth 457, Roth Conversions. Questions should be directed to Christina Lessard Lessac1Nationwide.com or call 480-332-8172. Click Here to Register
- All, in person, COPRA Board Meetings and Membership Meetings have been cancelled until further notice.
- COPERS IS PROTECTING YOUR BENEFITS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION – Click here for more information
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.