RPESJC is the Retired Public Employees of San Joaquin County, an all-volunteer non-profit organization originally incorporated in 1999. Please visit our MEMBERSHIP page for more information about us and how you can become a member, or click on JOIN US above.
SJCERA would like to reassure our members that your benefits are secure. As a member of a defined benefit plan, your lifetime retirement allowance is not tied to investment returns, but is calculated based upon your age at retirement, years of service and salary.
SJCERA invests for the long-term, rather than days, weeks or months. While returns may fluctuate in the short-term, our investment strategy is designed to generate positive returns over decades. The SJCERA investment portfolio is broadly diversified in order to mitigate the effects of periods of market volatility and uncertainty such as the one we are currently experiencing.
Click on the link below to view and download the most current Popular Financial Report
available from SJCERA.
San Joaquin county boards, commissions, and committees are vital to ensuring public involvement in the government process. The public is encouraged to attend and participate in these meetings, or serve as a board member or commissioner.
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NOTE: This program was suspended September 2, 2022, until further notice due to funding issues. Please look to your local health provider for assistance. Thank you.
DIGITAL COVID-19 VACCINE RECORD
The California Department of Public Health rolled out the State's vaccine digital verification system in June. Anyone can get access to a digital version of their COVID-19 vaccination card on their smart-phone if they need to show it to a business or other venue. To access your digital vaccine record, go to myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov, where you will enter your first and last name, date of birth, and the email or cell phone number associated with your vaccine record. You will be asked to create a 4-digit PIN. Click on the link and enter your PIN. You will then be able to see the QR code and the same information that appears on your paper vaccine card. The link to the QR code is valid for 24 hours. However, to avoid having to obtain a new QR every time you want to scan it somewhere, screen-shot the information once the digital record is received to have it available on your phone.
Have you received your vaccination yet? If not, here are two websites to help you book yours:
SJReady: (San Joaquin Office of Emergency Services) https://sjready.org/events/covid19/vaccines.html
My Turn (California Department of Public Health)
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