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Inside Colorado Pera

Expanding to Serve You Better

The new Colorado PERA Lone Tree Office officially opened to serve PERA members and retirees in the south metro Denver area as business leaders, PERA Trustees and staff, and members of the Lone Tree community joined to celebrate the occasion on July 21. The South Metro Denver Chamber sponsored a ribbon cutting ceremony at the newest PERA office, located at 10457 Park Meadows Drive, Suite #102 in Lone Tree.

PERA’s expansion into the south metro Denver region offers a convenient location for nearly 22,000 members and retirees in Douglas County to meet with PERA counselors or conduct PERA business. PERA distributes over $157 million in annual benefit payment to retirees who call Douglas County home. PERA employers in the south metro region include Douglas County Schools and Charter Schools, Douglas County Libraries, the City of Castle Pines, and the City of Lone Tree.

Lone Tree Grand Opening

PERA is headquartered in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood and also has a north metro Denver office located at 1120 W. 122nd Avenue in Westminster. The expansion to the south metro Denver location in Lone Tree allows PERA to better serve members along the southern Interstate 25 corridor.

Map and directions to the Lone Tree Office.

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PERA on the Issues posts are written and compiled by the staff of Colorado PERA under the direction of Executive Director Greg Smith and the PERA Board of Trustees.
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Comments

  1. I hope PERA plans a similar project in the Colorado Springs area to better serve all of southern Colorado PERA members. Even a small office with one person there would be helpful!
    Thanks for all you do!

  2. Don says:

    Would be nice ti include a map too

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