Open Enrollment information including costs, plan comparisons, and plan changes effective January 1, 2020.
All employees with benefits have Basic Life Insurance provided by the County.
The County provides a bus pass to all regular employees. The Bus Pass program provides free public transportation throughout the Portland metropolitan area.
The catastrophic leave program assists employees experiencing a medical leave in paid leave donations from other employees.
About COBRA coverage, participation and costs.
List of common qualifying events for employees, spouse/domestic partners and dependent children.
Bargaining Unit Changes, Full-time to Part-time or Part-time to Full-time status changes.
Disability Programs Employees are automatically enrolled in a County-paid long-term disability insurance plan.
This information applies to members of AFSCME Local 88 and the Juvenile Custody Services Specialists (JCSS). With 4500 employees and nearly 11,000 covered lives (employees plus dependents), medical...
Eligibility for COBRA coverage is reported by Multnomah County to the insurance plans each Wednesday. If a COBRA participant's premium for that month of coverage has not been received, eligibility...
Employees have 60 days from the event (birth, adoption/placement for adoption/legal guardianship, marriage, etc.) to request changes to enrollment because of newly eligible dependents.
How to end coverage for enrolled dependents who lose eligibility (divorce or end of domestic partnership, dependent gained own coverage, death, etc.).
Family Medical Leave Acts
Employees may elect to participate in the Medical Expense Reimbursement Program (MERP), the Dependent Care Assistance Plan (DCAP), and/or one of two Transportation Reimbursement Plans (TRPs)
Depending on assignment, Multnomah County offers a variety of flexible work...
General Cobra Information
Six medical/vision options and two dental options are offered to employees. Find plan documents, comparisons and coverage information here.
Health reimbursement arrangement is a type of health plan that reimburses out-of-pocket health care expenses incurred by you (employee), your spouse or your dependent children.
Notice of Privacy Practices
Details about what happens when your MERP coverage ends.
Only currently available documents are published. New Plan Year documents typically become available near the beginning of the calendar year.
County Employee gaining other group coverage; County Employee losing non-County coverage; Enrolled family member gaining other group coverage; Family member losing other group coverage
The County provides basic life insurance at no cost to employees.
The County provides all permanent employees enrollment in a long term disability (LTD) policy.