California
Pension Tracker

Joe Nation, Ph.D.

Project Director
Stanford Institute for
Economic Policy Research

The Bottom 25% (Lowest quartile) indicates relatively lower unfunded liabilities. The Top 25% (Highest quartile) indicates relatively higher unfunded liabilities. Metrics reflect the Fiscal Year selected. Agencies reported as NA or agencies for which we do not have geographic locations are excluded from calculations. See Glossary for additional information.

Data reflect Fiscal Year (FY) 2013, the most recent available.

Pension Debt
California Public Employee Pension Systems 
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Key Metrics: Top 10 Lists
  • (includes CalPERS and independent systems only)
    Metric (highest to lowest)
  • Fiscal Year

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Rank* Market Pension Debt/Household
1   City of Irwindale $134,907
2   County of Alpine $58,832
3   Town of Colma $58,590
4   City of Santa Fe Springs $54,058
5   City and County of San Francisco $47,288
6   City of El Segundo $43,966
7   City of Beverly Hills $42,056
8   Squaw Valley Public Service District $35,005
9   City of Palo Alto $32,372
10   County of Sierra $32,001
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        *Excludes agencies with populations of less than 500 in the Fiscal Year selected.
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*Excludes agencies with populations of less than 500 in the Fiscal Year selected.

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