The Colorado Intergovernmental Risk Sharing Agency (CIRSA) is a self-insurance pool that uses the combined resources of its members to provide affordable property/casualty and workers' compensation coverage and outstanding service to public entities throughout the state.
Our members come from two categories of public entity:
To be eligible for membership in CIRSA, a municipality must be a member of the Colorado Municipal League.
Other Public Entities
Other public entities must meet the following criteria:
- Be a “public entity” as that term is defined in the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act (school districts are ineligible for CIRSA membership);
- Have an intergovernmental agreement in effect with a CIRSA member municipality for the provision of one or more functions, services or facilities lawfully authorized to both the entity and the municipality; and
- That member municipality must consent to the entity's participation.
If your entity meets these criteria, and you would like further information about becoming a member of CIRSA, please complete a request For More Information form, or contact CIRSA's Marketing/Membership Services Department at (800) 228-7136 or (303) 757-5475.