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Yes, the City retains an agent of record through which employee benefits programs are purchased. The current agent of record is Brown and Brown Insurance.
No, all Organizations, Vendors and Contractors must provide proof that they have met the City's insurance and indemnification requirements before proceeding with any event, project, or job on City property. The insurance limits are set forth through the Risk Management Division and must be reviewed and approved prior to the commencement of any event, project, or job. In order to prevent a delay in the start of a project, businesses are advised to make the proper arrangements early with their insurance provider.
A new employee becomes eligible to participate in the City sponsored group benefit programs on the first day of the month following sixty days of continuous employment.