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The Arapahoe County Retirement Plan is a 401(a) Defined Benefit Plan. In 2019, we celebrated our 50th year of service. This site is intended to provide you with general information in regards to the Arapahoe County Retirement Plan and is not intended to cover every conceivable situation that could arise in regards to the Plan or its benefits. This site is intended to enhance your understanding of the Plan and its benefits. As always, we encourage you to contact the Plan Administration office for specific questions about your account, monthly payment, or estimated benefit.

View Your Current Annual Retirement Statement
Your Retirement Plan Annual Statement detailing your account information, including your estimated earned benefit as of Dec. 31, 2022, is now available online. Use your user ID and password to log on to your MARC account. From the home page click "Documents," then click "Statements and Calculations," to access your Annual Statements. If you have forgotten your login information or have any questions, reach out to Ben Colussy, Plan Administrator, or Jolene Duran, Plan Assistant.

Arapahoe County Retirement Plan Enrollment for New Hires Welcome to Arapahoe County, as a new hire you are automatically enrolled in the 401(a) Retirement Plan. As a member you are required to assign a Primary Beneficiary, an optional Contingent Beneficiary, these individuals would be entitled to any funds available should something happen to you while you are an active employee. As a new hire you will receive an Address, Name, Beneficiary Change form from the Retirement Administration office, this form will be via work email. You are required to complete this designation/change form and return via the instructions with five (5) business days so as not to disrupt your benefit coverage. As always, any questions feel free to reach out to Jolene Duran, 

Notice of Possibility of a reduction in Benefits: Benefits could be reduced in the future to ensure the sustainability of the Retirement Plan. Benefit Reductions Colorado state law requires the Retirement Boad to inform you that your benefits could be reduced in the future to ensure the sustainability of the Retirement Plan.