Board of Trustees of the Police Pension Fund

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ALERT: The City of St. Petersburg is seeking to fill two vacancies on the Board of Trustees of the Police Pension Fund. Interested? Find details below.

Board of Trustees of the Police Pension Fund


The Board is responsible for the administration, operation, and investments of the Police Pension Plan.

Function of Board

  • Administering the plan as adopted by City Council
  • Investing and monitoring the assets of the Pension Fund
  • Approving the disbursement of funds
  • Acting on benefit claims
  • Adopting rules necessary for the operation of the plan
  • Preparing required reporting

The Pension Division assists the Board by handling the day-to-day activities involved in administering the plan for employees and pensioners. City Attorneys and professionals such as actuaries, investment consultants, and investment managers assist the Board.

The Summary Plan Description, current actuarial valuation, and required compliance reports can be accessed on the Jobs page.

Meeting Dates & Agendas

The Police Pension Board meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. Meeting notices can be found on the City’s weekly meeting schedule published online. For questions, contact the Pension Division at 727-893-7491.

Board Members

  • Patrice Hubbard - Term expires: September 30, 2026, Chair
  • Joseph Zeoli - Term expires: September 30, 2026
  • Markus Hughes - Term expires: September 30, 2026
  • Jason Levey - Term expires: September 30, 2028

Member Requirements

Board members must:

  • Attend board trustee school and conferences throughout the state of Florida
  • Attend meetings once a month in person (up to 3 hours)
  • Meet FPPTA (Florida Public Pension Trustee Association) requirements
Preferred Qualifications; Abide by Code of Ethics; submit to HR background checks/screenings for volunteers (if applicable)

Get Involved

The City of St. Petersburg is seeking to fill two vacancies on the Board. The first vacancy is open currently for the 5th trustee. This position is selected by the other four trustees on the Board and does not have a residency requirement. The second vacancy will be open in August 2023. This position is by mayoral recommendation and by City Council approval.  This position has a residency requirement of living in St. Petersburg. 

Interested in applying? Email your resume to