On Friday, June 19, 2015, Mayor Alvin Brown and the Jacksonville Police and Fire Pension Fund Board of Trustees signed off on a new reform agreement that will provide long-term savings to taxpayers and support the retirements of the city’s first responders. The approval followed the City Council’s 14-4 vote of support for the reforms, sponsored by Councilman Bill Gulliford.
News Release: Mayor, Pension Board Accomplish Historic Reform, June 19, 2015
On this page, you can find information on the efforts the city has made with public safety, general employees and community stakeholders to find a solution to this important issue in our community.
City Council | Public Meetings | Retirement Reform Task Force | Police & Fire Employees | General Employees
Learn more about City Council actions toward retirement reform on their Pension Reform Legislation webpage. Get access to legislation, meeting information, archived video, minutes and more.
View City Council's page on pension reform legislation
City Council Committee of the Whole Meeting, Oct. 22, 2014
City Council President Clay Yarborhough called for a meeting of City Council as a Committee of the Whole on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 at 3:30 p.m.to consider the Mayor's Proposed Retirement Reform legislation (2014-386).