California JPIA Renews Support for CCMF

The California City Management Foundation (CCMF) has announced that the California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (California JPIA) has renewed its support of CCMF for 2021.

The California JPIA is one of the largest municipal self-insurance pools in the state, with over 100 participating members. The California JPIA’s philosophy is rooted in its mission to provide innovative risk management solutions, and it is demonstrated through the Authority’s comprehensive portfolio of programs and services. The California JPIA offers broad protection to members across a wide variety of exposure areas including: liability protection, workers’ compensation, property insurance, earthquake and flood, pollution and remediation legal liability, cyber liability, property damage recovery, crime insurance, special events, vendors/contractors, and continuity of operations. 

“Thank you to the California JPIA for supporting both the state’s local agencies and the city managers who lead them,” said CCMF President Ken Striplin. “The JPIA is already an integral partner for many of our members. We’re grateful to have your steady support, backed by a full understanding of the challenges city managers face, to assist our members in their pursuit of excellence.”

CCMF corporate sponsors enjoy a number of benefits, including sponsorship recognition on the CCMF website, access to the CCMF weekly electronic newsletter and invitations to members-only activities and special events at the annual League of California Cities City Manager Department conference. Corporate membership fees start at just $1,250. Visit CCMF’s Become a Sponsor page to learn more.