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The city offers a stand-alone vision plan, administered by Superior Vision.

You have the freedom to choose a provider from a participating list that includes retail chains as well as independent practices. There are no deductibles and no claim forms, unless you use a non-network provider. You will have to pay for those services up front and be reimbursed.

Participating retail providers include:

  • Eyemasters/Visionworks
  • Walmart
  • Sam’s Club
  • Eye Care Centers of America
  • TSO
  • Today’s Vision

Plan includes:

  • An annual routine eye exam with a $20 copayment
  • Yearly eyewear benefit for either eyeglasses or contact lenses with $25 copayment
  • For eyeglasses - $150 retail allowance for frames
  • For contact lenses - $150 retail allowance for contact lenses and lens fitting fee
  • The following standard lens options covered at 100 percent: single vision, bifocal, trifocal, lenticular, progressives, hi-index and polycarbonate
  • The following lens extras covered at 100 percent: tints, photochromic, UV coating, scratch coating and anti-reflective.
  • A one-time $300 LASIK allowance

 

View biweekly vision contributions for employees

View monthly vision contributions for retirees