COVID-19 Closure Update

KPERS' Lobby Closed Through At Least April 18; Benefits Still Paid On Time

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis response, we are working with the Governor's office to provide State services while keeping our members and staff safe.

KPERS' goal is to provide members and employers the most service possible while limiting the number of staff and visitors in the office. State buildings, including KPERS, will be closed to the public through at least April 18. Depending on how things go, this may be extended. We will let you know when we learn new information. Please keep in mind, while the building is closed, we are taking calls and emails now.

During this time, it is important to know that your benefits are safe. Retiree benefits will continue to be paid on time and in full. We will continue to process benefit applications.

We are here to answer your questions. Both the KPERS InfoLine and the Employer Reporting Helpline phone lines will be open, and we are responding to emails.

We hope you are staying safe in these uncertain times. Please be mindful of all state and local health guidelines on COVID-19, and do your part to help slow the spread of this virus.


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Kansas Public Employees Retirement System
611 S. Kansas Ave, Topeka, KS 66603
Toll-free: 1 888 - 275-5737
Email: [email protected]

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