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Retiree Tax Forms

The 2021 Form 1099-Rs are available for download through MyTMRS and will be mailed on January 22, 2022 to retirees or beneficiaries who received payments from TMRS in 2021.

Mustang Ridge Joins TMRS

The City of Mustang Ridge, located in southeastern Travis County and named for the small hills in the area, joined TMRS on January 1. TMRS is excited to welcome Mustang Ridge to the System.

RetirementWise Winter Edition Published

The latest edition of RetirementWise is now available. It has news relevant to TMRS retirees, including new Return to Work rules, how to download the new Mobile App and access your TMRS account 24/7, and other important TMRS information.

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The City of Avery Joins TMRS

Home of the historic Tomato Festival since 1931, the City of Avery began participating January 1, 2022. TMRS welcomes the employees of Avery and wishes a happy new year to all of its Members, retirees and participating cities helping to make TMRS one of the best retirement systems in the country.

TMRS Times Winter Edition Published

The latest edition of TMRS Times, the official newsletter for TMRS Members, is now available. It has news about your benefits, including the new Return to Work law, 24/7 access to your TMRS account with the new Mobile App and other important information about TMRS.

Open TMRS Times


TMRS Hires David Hunter as New CIO

TMRS has selected David Hunter to become the System’s Chief Investment Officer (CIO). Mr. Hunter has extensive finance and investment management experience, most recently managing more than $20 billion as the Executive Director and CIO of the North Dakota Retirement & Investment Office. In 2018, he was ranked #5 in the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute’s annual Public Investor 100 that recognizes the most significant and impactful public investor executives.

David Landis, Chair of the TMRS Board of Trustees, said, “I am proud of the comprehensive national search we conducted and the process we followed to identify David Hunter. He is an exceptional individual and will be an excellent leader of our investment program.”

TMRS Executive Director David Wescoe said, “I couldn’t be happier with the result of our CIO search. He is both a collaborative leader and a successful investment executive, with a track record of professional and investment success. Most importantly, David has a passion for public service and TMRS’ mission.”

For additional information, see TMRS’ press release.


TMRS Rings in the New Year with New Participating Cities

TMRS welcomes three new entities. The cities of Sandy Oaks and Todd Mission and the employees of the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System will begin participating in TMRS on January 1, 2022. Located in southeastern Bexar County, the City of Sandy Oaks incorporated in 2014. The City of Todd Mission, the Gateway to the Texas Renaissance Festival, is a growing area northwest of Houston. The employees of the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System join TMRS pursuant to House Bill 4068 passed during the 87th Legislature.


TMRS Dedicates New Office Space

On Wednesday, December 1, TMRS hosted an Open House to dedicate its new offices at The Grove, 2717 Perseverance Drive, Suite 300, Austin, Texas. TMRS Trustee and former Board Chair Bill Philibert (second from left) dedicated the space to “the service of TMRS’ 220,000 Members, retirees and beneficiaries and more than 900 participating cities, in recognition of their commitment to public service.” Mr. Philibert was joined by Trustees (from the left) Bob Scott, Board Chair David Landis and Vice Chair Jesús Garza in cutting the ceremonial ribbon. In addition to TMRS Trustees and staff, attendees included former Trustees, executives, Members, retirees, other pension system staff, and various stakeholders.


TMRS Celebrates Veterans Day

TMRS will be closed on Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11. That day, we will honor our employees, Members and retirees who have served in the United States Armed Forces. Their sacrifice, service and example further protect and preserve our freedoms. We thank you and your families for the sacrifices you have made.

Dan served in the U.S. Navy from 1975 to 1981, four years active and two years reserve. He was deployed overseas twice on guided missile cruisers and worked as an air track supervisor in the Combat Information Center where he tracked and engaged all air, surface and subsurface threats.

Ricardo served in the U.S. Army from 1980 to 1985 with the 1st Cavalry Division assigned to the 1st Reconnaissance Squadron of the 9th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Hood, and with the 3rd Squadron of the 12th Cavalry Regiment assigned to the 3rd Armored Division stationed in Bὓdingen, Germany. Ricardo was a cavalry scout in charge of a TOW (Tub-launched, optically tracked, wire-guided missile launcher) and crew.


TMRS Welcomes New Participating Cities

TMRS welcomes the City of Orchard in Fort Bend County and the City of Sullivan City, also known as the City of Sunshine, in the Lower Rio Grande Valley to our growing list of participating cities.


TMRS is Now 900 Cities Strong

On November 1, the City of Garrett became the 900th participating city in TMRS. In 1948, TMRS began operations with nine cities. Today, TMRS’s participating cities, Members and retirees belong to one of the strongest retirement systems in the country with more than $36 billion in Trust Fund assets and a system-wide funded ratio of 90 percent.


TMRS Has Moved Offices

TMRS moved to new offices on October 18. Our new offices are located at 2717 Perseverance Drive, Suite 300, Austin, Texas 78731. Our mailing address remains the same: P.O. Box 149153, Austin, Texas 78714-9153.


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TMRS Welcomes the City of Uhland!

Located in Central Texas, the City of Uhland began participating in TMRS on October 1, 2021.


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TMRS Mobile App

The App provides TMRS Members with access to their MyTMRS account wherever they go.

Mobile App

The App provides TMRS Members with access to their MyTMRS account wherever they go.

Retiree Tax Forms

The 2021 Form 1099-Rs are available for download through MyTMRS and will be mailed on January 22, 2022 to retirees or beneficiaries who received payments from TMRS in 2021.

Mustang Ridge Joins TMRS

The City of Mustang Ridge, located in southeastern Travis County and named for the small hills in the area, joined TMRS on January 1. TMRS is excited to welcome Mustang Ridge to the System.

RetirementWise Winter Edition Published

The latest edition of RetirementWise is now available. It has news relevant to TMRS retirees, including new Return to Work rules, how to download the new Mobile App and access your TMRS account 24/7, and other important TMRS information.

Open RetirementWise

The City of Avery Joins TMRS

Home of the historic Tomato Festival since 1931, the City of Avery began participating January 1, 2022. TMRS welcomes the employees of Avery and wishes a happy new year to all of its Members, retirees and participating cities helping to make TMRS one of the best retirement systems in the country.

TMRS Times Winter Edition Published

The latest edition of TMRS Times, the official newsletter for TMRS Members, is now available. It has news about your benefits, including the new Return to Work law, 24/7 access to your TMRS account with the new Mobile App and other important information about TMRS.

Open TMRS Times


TMRS Hires David Hunter as New CIO

TMRS has selected David Hunter to become the System’s Chief Investment Officer (CIO). Mr. Hunter has extensive finance and investment management experience, most recently managing more than $20 billion as the Executive Director and CIO of the North Dakota Retirement & Investment Office. In 2018, he was ranked #5 in the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute’s annual Public Investor 100 that recognizes the most significant and impactful public investor executives.

David Landis, Chair of the TMRS Board of Trustees, said, “I am proud of the comprehensive national search we conducted and the process we followed to identify David Hunter. He is an exceptional individual and will be an excellent leader of our investment program.”

TMRS Executive Director David Wescoe said, “I couldn’t be happier with the result of our CIO search. He is both a collaborative leader and a successful investment executive, with a track record of professional and investment success. Most importantly, David has a passion for public service and TMRS’ mission.”

For additional information, see TMRS’ press release.


TMRS Rings in the New Year with New Participating Cities

TMRS welcomes three new entities. The cities of Sandy Oaks and Todd Mission and the employees of the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System will begin participating in TMRS on January 1, 2022. Located in southeastern Bexar County, the City of Sandy Oaks incorporated in 2014. The City of Todd Mission, the Gateway to the Texas Renaissance Festival, is a growing area northwest of Houston. The employees of the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System join TMRS pursuant to House Bill 4068 passed during the 87th Legislature.


TMRS Dedicates New Office Space

On Wednesday, December 1, TMRS hosted an Open House to dedicate its new offices at The Grove, 2717 Perseverance Drive, Suite 300, Austin, Texas. TMRS Trustee and former Board Chair Bill Philibert (second from left) dedicated the space to “the service of TMRS’ 220,000 Members, retirees and beneficiaries and more than 900 participating cities, in recognition of their commitment to public service.” Mr. Philibert was joined by Trustees (from the left) Bob Scott, Board Chair David Landis and Vice Chair Jesús Garza in cutting the ceremonial ribbon. In addition to TMRS Trustees and staff, attendees included former Trustees, executives, Members, retirees, other pension system staff, and various stakeholders.


TMRS Celebrates Veterans Day

TMRS will be closed on Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11. That day, we will honor our employees, Members and retirees who have served in the United States Armed Forces. Their sacrifice, service and example further protect and preserve our freedoms. We thank you and your families for the sacrifices you have made.

Dan served in the U.S. Navy from 1975 to 1981, four years active and two years reserve. He was deployed overseas twice on guided missile cruisers and worked as an air track supervisor in the Combat Information Center where he tracked and engaged all air, surface and subsurface threats.

Ricardo served in the U.S. Army from 1980 to 1985 with the 1st Cavalry Division assigned to the 1st Reconnaissance Squadron of the 9th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Hood, and with the 3rd Squadron of the 12th Cavalry Regiment assigned to the 3rd Armored Division stationed in Bὓdingen, Germany. Ricardo was a cavalry scout in charge of a TOW (Tub-launched, optically tracked, wire-guided missile launcher) and crew.


TMRS Welcomes New Participating Cities

TMRS welcomes the City of Orchard in Fort Bend County and the City of Sullivan City, also known as the City of Sunshine, in the Lower Rio Grande Valley to our growing list of participating cities.


TMRS is Now 900 Cities Strong

On November 1, the City of Garrett became the 900th participating city in TMRS. In 1948, TMRS began operations with nine cities. Today, TMRS’s participating cities, Members and retirees belong to one of the strongest retirement systems in the country with more than $36 billion in Trust Fund assets and a system-wide funded ratio of 90 percent.


TMRS Has Moved Offices

TMRS moved to new offices on October 18. Our new offices are located at 2717 Perseverance Drive, Suite 300, Austin, Texas 78731. Our mailing address remains the same: P.O. Box 149153, Austin, Texas 78714-9153.


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TMRS Welcomes the City of Uhland!

Located in Central Texas, the City of Uhland began participating in TMRS on October 1, 2021.


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