April 17, 2014
You are here: Home > Government


Riverside County Executive Compensation

Riverside County officials represent  2.2 million residents who live across 7,300 square miles. Riverside County is the fourth largest county in California stretching from Orange County on the west to Arizona on the east. It’s the 11th largest county in the nation.

Riverside County Admimistration Center Building with an American flag flying at the top of the building
 


Board members work full time and each represents an average of 450,000 residents. Board members’ salary is set by county ordinance. Supervisors receive a salary equivalent to 80 percent of Riverside County Superior Court judges' salary.

Elected officials also participate in CalPERS, the state’s pension system. Pensions are based on a formula that includes years of public service, salary at time of retirement, and age. Elected officials receive 3 percent of their salary and can retire at age 60. Public safety employees receive 3 percent of salary and can retire at age 50.

For Other Elected Officials,
click here

First District Supervisor


Kevin Jeffries
  • Annual base salary: $143,031.20
  • Bi-weekly benefit for health coverage: $411.50
  • Equity pay received bi-weekly in lieu of vacation: $423.62
  • County vehicle or $550 monthly vehicle allowance
  • Retirement: Voluntarily declined to participate in the CAlPERS retirement plan and voluntarily declines the compensation contribution to a retirement plan in lieu of CALPERS participation.
  • Voluntarily decline to receive the bi-weekly 401(a) contribution of $50
  • Declines per diems for serving on local agencies’ boards and commissions.
 

Second District Supervisor


John Tavaglione
  • Annual base salary: $143,031.20
  • Voluntarily reduced pay by 10 percent during fiscal year 2009-2010
  • Bi-weekly benefit for health coverage: $411.50
  • Equity pay received bi-weekly in lieu of vacation: $423.59
  • County vehicle or $550 monthly vehicle allowance
  • Retirement: County contributes 8 percent of salary toward CalPERS pension.
  • Bi-weekly 401(a) contribution: $50

Vice-Chair and Third District Supervisor


Jeff Stone
  • Annual base salary: $143,031.20
  • Voluntarily reduced pay by 10 percent during fiscal year 2009-2010
  • Bi-weekly benefit for health coverage: $411.50
  • Equity pay received bi-weekly in lieu of vacation: $423.59
  • County vehicle or $550 monthly vehicle allowance
  • Retirement: County contributes 8 percent of salary toward CalPERS pension.
  • Bi-weekly 401(a) contribution: $50

Chairman and Fourth District Supervisor


John J. Benoit
  • Annual base salary: $143,031.20
  • Voluntarily reduced pay by 15 percent during the first full year of board service including five percent of county salary donated to charities in the Fourth District.
  • Voluntarily does not receive the bi-weekly benefit for health coverage.
  • Equity pay received bi-weekly in lieu of vacation: $423.59.
  • $550 monthly vehicle allowance.
  • Retirement: Opted out of CalPERS system, and by law is required to receive equal compensation in a retirement plan. Benoit receives a $1075 bi-weekly 401(a) contribution.

Fifth District Supervisor


Marion Ashley
  • Annual base salary: $143,031.20.
  • Voluntarily reduced pay by 10 percent during fiscal year 2009-2010.
  • Bi-weekly benefit for health coverage: $267.
  • Voluntarily doesn’t receive equity pay, given in lieu of vacation time.
  • County vehicle or $550 monthly vehicle allowance.
  • Retirement: County contributes 8 percent of salary toward CalPERS pension.
  • Bi-weekly 401(a) contribution: $50

For Other Elected Officials,
click here

How Can We Help:

Departments