Hourly Wage Rates in Various States and Cities, 2017

IN 2017, STARTING IN EITHER JANUARY OR JULY THESE ARE THE MINIMUM HOURLY WAGE RATES FOR VARIOUS STATES AND CITIES

Minimum Wage Going up in These Places
Here is the complete list of new minimum wage rates ordered by state, city and county. Is your business located in on of these communities?
States
Alaska – $9.80
Arizona – $10.00
Arkansas – $8.50
California – $10.00 for small employers; 10.50 for large employers
Colorado – $9.30
Connecticut – $10.10
Florida – $8.10
Hawaii – $9.25
Maine – $9.00
Maryland – $9.25 (as of July)
Massachusetts – $11.00
Michigan – $8.90
Missouri – $7.70
Montana – $8.15
New Jersey – $8.44
New York – Varies across state from $9.70 to $11 (as of 12/31/16)
Ohio – $8.15
Oregon – $10.25 (as of July)
South Dakota – $8.65
Vermont – $10.00
Washington – $11.00
Cities and Counties
California

Cupertino – $12.00
El Cerrito – $12.25
Los Altos – $12.00
Mountain View – $13.00
Oakland – $12.86
Palo Alto – $12.00
Richmond – $12.30
Sacramento – $10.50 (large employers)
San Diego – $11.50
San Mateo – $12.00
San Jose – $10.50
Santa Clara – $11.10
Sunnyvale – $13.00
In District of Columbia:
Washington, D.C. – $12.50 (as of July)
Iowa

Johnson County – $10.10
Linn Country – $8.25
Wapello County – $8.20
Maine

Portland – $10.68
New Mexico

Albuquerque – $8.80
Bernalillo – $8.70
Las Cruces – $9.20
New York

New York City – $11.00 (as of 12/31/16)
Long Island and Westchester, N.Y. – $10.00 (as of 12/31/16)
Washington

Seattle – $15.00
SeaTac – $15.35
Tacoma – $11.15