FPPA - Fire & Police Pension Association of Colorado

The FPPA was established January 1, 1980, and administers a statewide multiple-employer public employee retirement system providing defined benefit plan coverage (the Statewide Defined Benefit Plan) as well as death and disability coverage (the Statewide Death and Disability Plan) for police officers and firefighters throughout the state of Colorado.  The FPPA is not related to, nor in any connection with, the State’s PERA pension program.

Contribution Rates for Sworn Police Employees



New Hires After Transition (hired June 20, 2018, or later):


  FPPA Statewide Defined
Benefit Plan
FPPA Hybrid
Defined Benefit &
Money Purchase Plan
FPPA Money
Purchase Plan Only
Employee Contributions 2018 - 10% Base Pay Pre-Tax Not Available 
 Not Available

2019 - 10.5% Base Pay Pre-Tax
  2020 - 11% Base Pay Pre-Tax
  2021 - 11.5% Base Pay Pre-Tax
  2022 - 12% Base Pay Pre-Tax
Employer Contributions 8% Base Pay to Defined Benefit Plan
2% Base Pay to Employee DC 457 Plan 
 Not Available Not Available



Re-Entry (Existing) Employees (hired prior to June 20, 2018):


 
  FPPA Statewide Defined
Benefit Plan
 
FPPA Hybrid 
Defined Benefit & 
Money Purchase Plan

 FPPA Money
Purchase Plan Only

Employee Contributions
2018
 10% Base Pay Pre-Tax
plus 2% Base Pay After-Tax
10% Base Pay Pre-Tax
Voluntary After-Tax 
 10% Base Pay Pre-Tax
Voluntary After-Tax 
 2019 10% Base Pay Pre-Tax
plus 2.5% Base Pay After-Tax
 2020  10% Base Pay Pre-Tax
plus 3% Base Pay After-Tax
 2021  10% Base Pay Pre-Tax
plus 3.5% Base Pay After-Tax
 2022 & beyond  10% Base Pay Pre-Tax
plus 4% Base Pay After-Tax
Employer Contributions
 10% Base Pay

 10% Base Pay 10% Base Pay


Contact FPPA:


JoinFPPA.org/Broomfield
303-770-3772, x 6450