CalPERS Legislative District Profile
Assembly District 1
The Honorable Brian Dahle
CalPERS Constituency Profile (as of June 30, 2016 unless otherwise noted)
Pension program figures for employers, school member and public agency figures as of June 30, 2016.
Assembly District 11
|Individual State Agency||Schools||Public Agencies||Total|
|Average Monthly Salary of Active Members||$5,268||$3,762||$5,010||$4,680|
|Average Monthly Benefits Paid||$3,410||$1,424||$2,700||$2,536|
- Compiled from CalPERS employer, ZIP code payment data as of June 30, 2016. Please be advised that some ZIP codes span multiple districts, which may cause a slight variance in the data on the number of CalPERS members, contracting agencies, and other participants in each district. CalPERS makes every effort to ensure that all other aspects of this database contains the most current and accurate information possible.
Health Benefits Profile Active Plan Membership
|Active Members and Families with Health Care||14,603||$20,275,820|
|Retired Members and Families with Health Care||11,810||$8,929,611|
California Employers' Retirement Benefit Trust (CERBT)2
Pre-funding for Other Post-Employment Benefits
|Participating Agencies||Assets Under Management|
- California Employers’ Retiree Benefit Trust Fund for post- employment retiree benefits as of June 30, 2017.
Economic Impact of CalPERS Retirement Benefit Payments in District 13
CalPERS retirement benefit payments in California are beneficial to the state's economy. The information below is extracted from the CalPERS Economic Impacts in California 2017 (PDF) report.
|Gross Regional Product||$15,596,299,498|
|Total Personal Income||$20,249,590,000|
|CalPERS Benefit Payments||$591,905,875|
|Additional Revenue Created||$470,750,637|
|Jobs Supported by CalPERS Benefits||3,772|
- Source: IMPLAN model computations and my|CalPERS retirement benefit data as noted in the CalPERS Economic Impacts in California 2017 report. The retirement benefit data includes benefit recipients from all program types (i.e., PERS, LRS, JRS, and JRS II) who received a monthly gross allowance and resided in California during Fiscal Year 2015-16. Legislative district results were derived using the U.S. Census TIGER file. To avoid double counting, no ZIP codes overlap into more than one county.
CalPERS Investments Impact
CalPERS investments in California strengthen the state's fiscal structure and tax base. The information below is extracted from the CalPERS for California 2016 (PDF) report.
Major CalPERS Real Estate Assets in District 14
CalPERS is one of the largest real estate owners in the state. Below is a list of the major real estate holdings in your district.
|No major real estate holdings found for this district|
CalPERS Investments by Asset Class in California: June 30, 2016 4, 5
|Asset Class||Total Portfolio (in billions)||Dollars Invested in California (in billions)||Percentage of Dollars Invested in California|
- The data provided in this report is, in part, compiled by using ZIP code information as assigned to each legislative and congressional district by the California Secretary of State and County Elections Offices. Please be advised that some ZIP codes span multiple districts, which may cause a slight variance in the data on the number of CalPERS members, contracting agencies, and other participants in each district. CalPERS makes every effort to ensure that all other aspects of this database contains the most current and accurate information possible.
- CalPERS total portfolio value was $269.3 billion on June 30, 2016.