2022 Member Account Statements Mailed
Starting March 9, 2022 Member Account Statements are being posted to MyTMRS and mailed according to the ZIP Code schedule below. Login to MyTMRS to view your Statement.
|MyTMRS and Mail Date
||Member ZIP Code
HELPS Payment Process Changing on April 1
Starting April 1, TMRS will no longer deduct health insurance premiums from public safety retirees’ benefit payments. Enrolled retirees need to contact their insurance provider (either the city or third-party provider) for instructions on how to pay premiums directly to them.
To learn more about this change, click here. For questions about HELPS premium payments, call the Member Service Center at 800-924-8677.
TMRS Honored by the Texas House of Representatives
On February 28, Texas state Representative Rafael Anchia, former chair of the House Pensions, Investments and Financial Services Committee, introduced House Concurrent Resolution No. 66 that recognized TMRS’ 75th anniversary. The Resolution passed unanimously. Members of TMRS’ Senior Staff were in attendance and acknowledged for their hard work on behalf of TMRS Members.
You can read the full resolution here and watch the video above.
TMRS Welcomes the Cities of Nevada, Beasley and Alma
The cities of Nevada, Beasley, and Alma joined TMRS on March 1 to bring the total participating cities to 924.
Nevada, an “Old town with new vision,” is poised for the future in the southeastern corner of rapidly growing Collin County. The Fort Bend County City of Beasley is located near the intersection of several transport crossroads, including the Southern Pacific Railroad. Finally, the City of Alma, once an important stagecoach station along the Waxahachie-Marshall line, is now part of flourishing Ellis County.
TMRS welcomes these communities to its growing number of participating cities!
Grand Saline: One of TMRS' First Participating Cities
To celebrate TMRS’ 75th anniversary, we will be showcasing our first eight member cities throughout the year. This month, we’re highlighting the East Texas city of Grand Saline, which is located about 70 miles east of Dallas.
Since the area was first settled by the Caddo and Cherokee Indians, life in Grand Saline has revolved around the large salt deposits located there. In the 1930s, up to 500 tons of salt per day were produced in the salt mines of Grand Saline. This 250-million-year-old salt dome is the largest in the United States and extends 20,000 feet below ground. We are honored that a city of such rich history and natural wonder has been our partner for the past 75 years.