Growing With Better Health

The City of Tacoma is pleased to offer their employees a simple, social and fun wellness program that promotes a healthier lifestyle and rewards participants with lower monthly healthcare plan contributions. This program – developed by a Wellness Committee comprised of members from the City of Tacoma’s management and the Joint Labor Committee – is designed to provide the education, motivation and tools necessary to help employees improve their health and well being. Participation in this voluntary program could save each employee hundreds of dollars on an annual basis. Even better, employees will likely receive the benefits of longer, healthier and happier lives.

Upcoming Events

When you take a proactive role in managing your own health and the health of your family, you become a wise healthcare consumer.

Wellness Incentives

By completing a few tasks in the RedBrick Health Portal, employees can save at least $240/annually.

Latest News

VOTE: 2016 Heart and Stroke Walk T-Shirt

VOTE TODAY This is your opportunity to vote for the 2016 City of Tacoma Heart Walk T-Shirt Design – and it is extremely easy to do! Please place your vote by 5:00 PM August 31, 2016. Only one vote per person. The City aims to have a great showing of at least 150 walkers to […]

August 24, 2016

UPDATED Gym/Fitness Discounts

UPDATED as of 3/21/16 City of Tacoma Gym/Fitness Facility Discounts We are happy to announce that we have a list of gym/fitness facilities that want to offer a discount to City of Tacoma employees. So far, there are 28 facilities on the list (some are the same organization, just different city locations). This is a […]

March 11, 2016

Tacoma Employee Wellness Survey

NOW AVAILABLE! We encourage you to participate in this survey, whether or not you participated in the RedBrick Health program. Your feedback is imperative as we grow and improve our wellness program. We look forward to hearing what type of activities, classes, campaigns, and any other program enhancements you would like to see in 2016 […]

February 1, 2016