New Minimum Wage Rates in California in 2023 by Tracy Threlfall, CEO

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In a November 7, 2022 blog post.  ADP reminded their customers that California’s minimum wage would be increasing to $15.50 per hour on January 1, 2023.

Additionally, the following California cities have raised their minimum wages:

Jurisdiction

Minimum wage per hour effective 1/1/23

Belmont, CA

$16.75

Burlingame, CA

$16.47

Cupertino, CA

$17.20

Daly City, CA

$16.07

East Palo Alto, CA

$16.50

El Cerrito, CA

$17.35

Foster City, CA

$16.50

Half Moon Bay, CA

$16.45

Hayward, CA (26 or more employees)

$16.34

Hayward, CA (25 or fewer employees)

$15.50

Los Altos, CA

$17.20

Menlo Park, CA

$16.20

Mountain View, CA

$18.15

Novato, CA (100 or more employees)

$16.32 (added 11.9.22)

Novato, CA (26-99 employees)

$16.07 (added 11.9.22)

Novato, CA (25 or fewer employees)

$15.53 (added 11.9.22)

Oakland, CA

$15.97

Palo Alto, CA

$17.25

Petaluma, CA

$17.06

Redwood City, CA

$17.00

Richmond, CA (If an employer does not pay toward medical benefits)

$16.17 (added 11.30.22)

Richmond, CA (If an employer pays at least $1.50 per hour toward medical benefits)

$15.50 (added 11.30.22)

San Carlos, CA

$16.32

San Diego, CA

$16.30

San Jose, CA

$17.00

San Mateo, CA

$16.75

Santa Clara, CA

$17.20

Santa Rosa, CA

$17.06

Sonoma, CA (26 or more employees)

$17.00

Sonoma, CA (25 or fewer employees)

$16.00

South San Francisco, CA

$16.70

Sunnyvale, CA

$17.95

West Hollywood, CA (50 or more employees)

$17.50

West Hollywood, CA (49 or fewer employees)

$17.00

 

Please note that in cities where the minimum wage exceeds the state minimum wage, the higher rate applies.

For questions on wage rates for state-registered apprentices, please contact the PHCC GSA Training Facility at 916-640-0910.