Numerous California Cities and Counties Scheduled to Increase Local Minimum Wage July 1, 2020
Numerous California Cities and Counties Scheduled to Increase Local Minimum Wage July 1, 2020

With the local minimum wage in several California cities increasing on July 1st, employers should take time to verify that they are meeting the minimum wage requirements of the cities in which they operate and prepare for any increases.


The chart below sets forth the minimum wages that will be increasing in California starting July 1, 2020.

Jurisdiction

Rate

Alameda

Increasing to $15.00

Berkeley

Increasing to $16.07

Emeryville

Increasing to $16.84

Fremont

(26 employees or more)

(25 employees or fewer)

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $13.50

Long Beach Concessionaire Workers (Employees of food, beverage and retail concessionaires at the Long Beach Airport and the Long Beach Convention Center)

Increasing to $15.30

Long Beach Hotel Workers (Hotel Employers of hotels with 100 or more guest rooms)

Increasing to $15.47

Los Angeles City

(26 employees or more)

(25 employees or fewer)

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $14.25

Los Angeles City Hotel Workers
(Hotel Employers of hotels with 150 or more guest rooms and AHEZ Hotels with 50 or more guest rooms)

Increasing to $17.13 

Los Angeles County

(26 employees or more)

(25 employees or fewer)

(Limited to unincorporated areas of the county) 

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $14.25

Malibu

(26 employees or more)

(25 employees or fewer)

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $14.25

Milpitas

Increasing to $15.40

Novato

(100 employees or more)

(26 to 99 employees)

(25 employees or fewer)

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $14.00

Increasing to $13.00

Pasadena

(26 employees or more)

(25 employees or fewer)

(Pasadena’s minimum wage law allows nonprofit organizations with 26 or more employees to apply for coverage under this minimum wage schedule.)

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $14.25

San Francisco
(A small number of “government-supported employees” in San Francisco are subject to a lower minimum wage rate of $13.27, as of July 1, 2018.)

Increasing to $16.07.

San Leandro
(Employees in San Leandro up to age 25 who are employed by a nonprofit or governmental entity for after-school or summer employment, or as a student intern, volunteer, or trainee, are exempted from the minimum wage for up to 120 days.)

Increasing to $15.00

Santa Monica

(26 employees or more)

(25 employees or fewer)

(Santa Monica’s minimum wage law allows nonprofit organizations with 26 or more employees to apply for coverage under the small business schedule)

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $14.25

Santa Monica Hotel Workers

Increasing to $17.13

Santa Rosa

(26 employees or more)

(25 employees or fewer

Increasing to $15.00

Increasing to $14.00

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