Open Enrollment 2024


Step 1: Attend an Open Enrollment Meeting

Attend one of the four open enrollment meetings presented by the DPA-DHR Employee Benefits Unit to learn about updates to your benefits package, what you should do during open enrollment, and more! Find a time that works for your schedule and register using the links below. American Sign Language and Spanish interpretation will be provided.

Can't make any of the meetings? Watch a recorded session (with Spanish audio coming soon) from the DHR Employee Benefits Unit!

Step 2: Review the Employee Benefits Guide & Plan Rates

Read through the Employee Benefits Guide (available in English and Spanish). Download the PDF and open it in a PDF viewer for an enhanced navigation experience. Please review the FY 2024-25 guide for updated information around benefits and the cost of coverage for the upcoming plan year. 

FY 2024-25 Plan Rates

Review the benefit premiums for the FY 2024-25 plan year.

Step 3: Mark Your Calendars

The Open Enrollment period is April 9 - 29, 2024. Mark your calendar to elect new benefits or make changes at benefitsolver.com.

Important Dates

Open Enrollment: April 9 - April 29, 2024

Documentation Deadline: May 24, 2024

Coverage Period: July 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025

First Paycheck with FY 2024-25 Rates and Elections:

  • Biweekly: July 12, 2024
  • Monthly: July 31, 2024

Step 4: Visit Benefitsolver During Open Enrollment

Visit benefitsolver.com (our company key is “soc”) to:

  • Review your current elections and cost
  • Confirm your information is up to date including your mailing address, preferred email address, dependents, and life insurance beneficiaries
  • Make your benefits selections


Contact your agency's benefits administrator.

Are You Eligible for Reduced Premiums?

If you plan on covering one or more dependent children on your medical plan, you might be eligible for premium assistance. 

You can apply for the State of Colorado's Medical Insurance Premium Supplement Program from April 9 through May 10, 2024. Learn more on our Supplement Program page.

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

FSA enrollment isn’t automatic. You must take action during open enrollment to enroll for the first time or continue your FSA.

Passive Enrollment

If you don't make changes to your benefits, your current benefits elections will roll into the new plan year, except for FSAs which require a new election each year.