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The City of Pasadena’s Living Wage Ordinance, Pasadena Municipal Code Chapter 4.11 requires that contractors providing labor or services to the City under contracts in excess of $25,000 pay no less than the City’s Living Wage to all employees who spend any of their time providing labor or delivering services to the City.
The City’s Living Wage for the current calendar year 2016 is $11.07 per hour plus medical benefits of no less than$1.96 per hour, or $13.03 per hour without medical benefits.
Additionally, in each January thereafter the Living Wage rate shall be adjusted by the change in the Consumer Price Index, for the Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County area, for the most recently available 12 month period. Accordingly, current City contractors will be required to adjust wage rates no later than July 1st of the current calendar year, to remain in compliance.