New Minimum Wage Rates Coming July 1

June 13, 2018

While the federal minimum wage remains at $7.25 per hour, the following states and localities will increase their minimum wage rates, effective July 1:

  • Belmont, CA $12.50
  • Emeryville, CA $15.00
  • Long Beach, CA $14.35
  • LA (city), CA                 $12.00
  • LA (county), CA         $12.00
  • Malibu, CA $12.00
  • Milpitas, CA $13.50
  • Pasadena, CA $12.00
  • San Francisco, CA $15.00
  • San Leandro, CA $13.00
  • Santa Monica, CA $12.00
  • Chicago, IL $12.00
  • Cook County, IL $11.00
  • Portland, ME $10.68
  • Montgomery Co., MD $11.50
  • Minneapolis, MN $10.25
  • Washington, DC $13.25
  • Maryland $10.10
  • Oregon $10.50

Earlier in this year, 18 states increased their state-mandated, minimum wage as follows:

  • Alaska                  $9.84
  • Arizona                          $10.50
  • California                  $11.00
  • Colorado                          $10.20
  • Florida                  $8.25
  • Hawaii                  $10.10
  • Maine                  $10.00
  • Michigan                          $9.25
  • Minnesota                  $9.65
  • Missouri                          $7.85
  • Montana                          $8.30
  • New Jersey                  $8.60
  • New York                  $10.40
  • Ohio                  $8.30
  • Rhode Island                  $10.10
  • South Dakota                  $8.85
  • Vermont                          $10.50

ILMA members with operations in those states and localities should ensure that their payroll systems have been updated to comply with the new wage rates.