California Local Minimum Wage Increases

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Law Alert

JUNE 15, 2022

California Local Minimum Wage Increases

On July 1, 2022, numerous cities and counties across California will increase their hourly minimum wage. The new rates are as follows, with employee count listed if applicable:

Alameda: $15.75

Berkeley: $16.99

Emeryville: $17.68

Fremont: $16.00

Foster City: $15.75 (Note that Foster City’s minimum wage is new this year and will increase again on January 1, 2023.)

Long Beach (hotels with 100 or more guest rooms): $16.73

Los Angeles City: $16.04

Los Angeles City (hotels with 150 or more guest rooms): $18.17

Unincorporated Los Angeles County: $15.96

Malibu: $15.96

Milpitas: $16.40

Pasadena: $16.11

San Francisco: $16.99

Santa Monica: $15.96

Santa Monica (hotels): $18.17

West Hollywood (1–49 employees): $16.00

West Hollywood (50 or more employees): $16.50

West Hollywood (hotel workers): $18.35

West Hollywood recently released minimum wage regulations, which are available on its Minimum Wage webpage.

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