Police Officers' Pension Board


The City of Coral Springs Police Officers’ Pension Plan (“The Plan”) was established in 1979 in order to provide a defined benefit pension plan for police officers. The board interprets the plan, approves benefits and payments from the plan, provides direction for plan investments, reviews the actuarial and investment reports relating to the plan and recommends plan changes to the City Commission.


The City of Coral Springs is actively seeking community-minded individuals to serve on the Police Officers’ Retirement Board of Trustees. The Board consists of five (5) members. Being a Coral Springs resident is not mandatory for this volunteer position, which is a four (4) year term serving without compensation. The Board meets six (6) to twelve (12) times per year. Board meetings are held during normal business hours. An understanding of Florida Statute Chapter 175 and 185 and a financial background is desirable, but not mandatory. Some travel for education training is recommended at no cost to the trustees.