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The City of Gainesville has two defined benefit pension plans for its employees. Additionally, employees can also contribute to a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan or a ROTH IRA and Retiree Health Savings (RHS) plan.
The city maintains seven labor agreements with five labor unions.
These job descriptions summarize the essential responsibilities, skills and qualifications needed for each job at the City of Gainesville.
Learn more about the City of Gainesville's code of conduct and ethic policies as well as our efforts to promote a drug-free workplace.
A formal outline of the city's salary schedules to ensure competitively compensated workforce.
Pro Club is the City of Gainesville's health care incentive program and is available to all employees, retirees and spouses enrolled in the health plan.
Listing of city observed holidays where city offices will be closed to the public.
The Employee Health Services clinic is available to the City of Gainesville’s employees and retirees. Many free and low cost benefits are available to help reduce your out of pocket health care expenses.
Learn more about the city's portfolio of available retirement planning options including its pension plan, deffered retirement option plan, retiree health savings plan and more.
The Pensions & Investments Division is responsible for the management of all City of Gainesville investments, including the City Operating Fund, Trust Funds and the city’s Pensions and OPEB Fund.