Effective January 1, 2023, the City of Belton will enforce the 2018 International Building and Fire Codes and 2017 National Electrical Code. City Council approved the adoption on September 27, 2022. For more information please contact the Building Department at (816) 331.4331.
Please review the 2023 Employee Benefits Guide:
Open enrollment is time to make a plan change or add dependents that were previously covered elsewhere. Due to no plan or carrier changes for this year, only employees that need to make changes to existing coverage or employees that need to add coverage will need to complete enrollment. If your current selections are working well for you, there is nothing required. Please visit the mobile application tab for information on having your benefits available via app.
Employees that utilize the Basic Flexible Spending Account (FSA) need to enroll for the 2023 Benefit Year by completing the form located under the pre-tax deduction tab
Our employees work tirelessly to make our community a great place to live and work. LAGERS partners with the City of Belton to deliver peace of mind to our employees by providing protected retirement, disability and survivor benefits. LAGERS works hard to ensure your hard-earned money is secure so we can concentrate on the daily work in Belton. The City of Belton contributes on each benefit eligible employee's behalf to LAGERS each pay period. For more information please visit their website:LAGERSor for Belton specific information: LAGERS-Benefit-Info(PDF, 180KB)
As an additional retirement savings tool, the City of Belton offers a 457 deferred compensation plan for employees to contribute to with pre-tax deductions. For more information and to enroll please visit MissionSquare's website: MissionSquare
For personalized information contact our MissionSquare representative by email Denise Crawford or phone (888) 883-8650
City of Belton Employee Wellness Program 2023
The city will cover the full cost of High Blue Wellness Center membership as a full time employee benefit as long as the terms and conditions of the membership are met. This includes the requirement that the membership is used by the employee a minimum of 4 days out of each calendar month. This benefit is considered taxable income by the IRS and will be treated as such. When an employee does not meet the required 4 visits per month, they will be removed from this city benefit. At which time, the fees for the membership will be deducted through a payroll deduction. Employees are only able to enroll in this benefit once per year at open enrollment. Membership is established at High Blue Wellness Center, enrollment in the City benefit is below:
2023 Wellness Enrollment
Employees that utilize the Basic Flexible Spending Account (FSA) need to enroll for the 2023 Benefit Year by completing this form:
Employees that are enrolled in the High Deductible Health Plan and need to update pretax deductions to the UMB Health Savings Account can complete this form:
UMB Health Savings Account
Direct Deposit(PDF, 141KB)
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