Depending upon the terms of employment within the City, differing benefits will be available to the employee. For example, an elected City Council member will have different benefits available to them than a teamsters union member. Below are descriptions of the benefits. (Click to view a summary of benefits for the different groups: City Council, General Hourly Employees, Non Represented Employees, Police (commissioned), Law Support (non-commissioned), SEIU & Teamsters Unions)
Depending upon the terms of employment within the City, differing benefits will be available to the employee. For example, an elected City council member will have differnet benefits available to them than a teamsters union member. Below are one page summaries of the differing groups, click on the link to view a summary of the benefits.
2016 Summary of Benefits and 2015 Summary of Benefits are available for each group at this time.
Group Life & Accident Insurance
*No employee will be covered more than once under each available policy even though they may qualify for more than one coverage class. Life and Accident insurance is underwritten by CIGNA.
Please contact City of Edmonds HR Department for further details or questions in regards to available coverage and employee classes.
from City of Edmonds Personnel Policies
8.3 SICK LEAVE All full-time regular employees, except LEOFF I employees, accrue sick leave benefits at the rate of eight (8) hours for each calendar month of continuous employment, unless otherwise specified in their labor agreement. Regular part-time employees may accrue sick leave benefits on a pro-rata basis according to hours worked. Hourly employees do not earn sick leave benefits. The maximum accrual, unless otherwise specified in a labor agreement, is 1000 hours. Non Represented employees may annually convert accrued sick leave in excess of 800 hours to a cash payment at the rate of three hours of sick leave to one hour of compensation at the employee’s current rate of pay, up to a maximum of $1000 per year.
Employees do not accrue sick leave benefits during a leave without pay. Sick leave cannot be advanced; only accrued sick leave can be used.
Allowable uses of sick leave cover those situations in which an employee is absent from work (including reasons as defined under state and federally approved leaves) due to:
A doctor's certificate may be required when an employee is absent for a period in excess of three (3) days, or at any other occasion the Department Director deems appropriate. The City may require a physician’s certification of the existence of a serious health condition or emergency condition affecting the employee or immediate family member in accordance with state and federal law. The City may also request the opinion of a second doctor at the City's expense to determine whether the employee suffers from a serious health care condition which impairs his/her ability to perform the essential functions of his or her job or return to work after an absence of two (2) weeks. Employees who are habitually absent due to illness or disability may be terminated if their disability cannot be reasonably accommodated and/or when the employee's absenteeism prevents the orderly and efficient provision of services to the citizens of the City. Employees who use all their accumulated sick leave and require more time off work due to illness or injury may, with their department head's prior approval, request a leave without pay. (See Leave Without Pay Policy.) Employees will be paid for any unused sick leave upon leaving City service in accordance with City Ordinance or the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
Eligible employees participate in the state retirement system through the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems (DRS).
PERS 2 plan information is available here:
PERS 3 plan information is available here:
LEOFF 2 Plan information is available here:
PERS employee contribution rates are available here:
LEOFF 2 Plan contribution rates are available here:
For questions, please contact DRS directly at:
View the NEW online version of your M.E.B.T. account at www.mebt.org
Al Compaan, MEBT Chair
|Summary Plan Description
Long Term Disability Insurance
*No employee will be covered more than once under each available policy even though they may qualify for more than one coverage class. LTD & Life Insurance is underwritten by CIGNA.
|Investment Performance Reports, Audited Financial Statements, MEBT Meeting Agendas and Minutes can all be found by logging on to www.MEBT.org.|
Or 800-326-7272 (ICMA customer service)
All regular and part-time Non-Represented, SEIU and Teamsters employees are eligible to participate in the Flexible Spending Arrangement program offered through Navial Benefits Solutions.
Health Care Flexible Spending Arrangement
The Health Care Flexible Spending Arrangement (FSA) enables employees to set aside pre-tax dollars out of their paycheck to pay for eligible health care expenses.
Day Care Flexible Spending Arrangement
The Day Care Flexible Spending Arrangement (FSA) allows employees to pay for work related day care costs with tax-free dollars.
The Premium Conversion benefit allows the employee portion of insurance premiums to be deducted from their pay check pre-tax and then paid to the carriers.
2016 FSA Enrollment Form
2016 FSA Enrollment Kit
2016 FSA Claim Form
The Flexi-Commuter program is a service where you can go online through Navia Benefits' website to order your transit pass or parking benefits and have it delivered straight to your home. If you currently have work related public transportation or parking expenses, this program is for you!
More information on Flexi-Commuter
Parking Insert & Transit Insert
For additional questions about the FSA program, please contact Navia Benefit Solutions directly at 1-800-669-3539 or email@example.com
City of Edmonds Representative:
Deborah Wallace email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: 425-776-9601 or toll free: 800-992-3522 (Headquarters)
Contact Information: Please contact the Human Resources Department