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Only steps six and eight are required, but we recommend you consider the others.
Remember, you need to turn in your retirement application within the 90-day period before your
retirement date. You will receive your first benefit payment within 92 days of your effective retirement date.
If you are experiencing problems opening a form, use the appropriate link below.
PERS provides all online forms and publications in .pdf format. To view them, you must have the most recent version of Adobe Reader.
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If you are an OPSRP P&F member who wants to take early retirement (beginning at age 50 if you have held a P&F positon continuously for five or more consecutive years immediately before your retirement date), PERS must receive your
OPSRP Retirement Application BEFORE the first day of the month FOLLOWING your termination date to be eligible for early retirement. To retire at the early or normal retirement age, you must have worked continuously as a P&F member for at least 60 months immediately preceding your retirement, and your effective retirement date must be the first of the month following your separation from P&F employment.
911 operators can retire if they have 25 years or more of creditable service as a 911 operator. To ensure you meet this requirement, complete the Oregon Retirement Service Plan (OPSRP) Certification of 911 Operator Service form, and submit it to PERS.
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