ICRMA is comprised of 16 California cities. ICRMA’s members pool resources as a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) to support liability, workers’ compensation, and property self-insurance programs.

In 1980 the founding members’ vision was to develop risk management programs that would effectively control and finance their exposure to losses arising out of Liability, Workers’ Compensation, and property ownership. At the same time, they would keep rates stable by avoiding the cycles of the insurance market.

That vision has continued to guide ICRMA through the development of seven additional programs. ICRMA’s Governing Board regularly monitors the programs to ensure ICRMA’s program structures offer members the most benefit possible.

ICRMA continues to adapt and evolve to meet its members’ needs, regularly setting organizational goals and objectives intended to help member cities increase risk management awareness, explore new coverage options, and reduce losses.

For a comprehensive, at-a-glance view of ICRMA’s lines of coverage, click here.

In addition to its coverage programs, ICRMA has also taken advantage of the group’s purchasing power to offer a full menu of services to help its members control risks at better rates than they could obtain on their own.

Click here to learn more about the resources available to ICRMA members.