You Can Finally Book a Wedding Again at SF’s City Hall
How to book an in-person civil marriage ceremony
According to a press release by Mayor London Breed today, the County Clerk will begin to accept online appointments for in-person marriage ceremonies today (May 12) and marriage ceremonies (no more than six guests) will resume after City Hall reopens with the first in-person weddings resuming on June 8th (though on the online calendar we only see weddings available starting June 9)
Please note that some of the information appears to still be out of date on the County Clerk’s website.
Based on the current calendar as of 5/12/21, civil ceremony appointment slots are available Monday-Friday from 9am to 1pm every half hour from June 9 to August 9 (except for the July 5th holiday
Related Story – San Francisco City Hall Reopens to the Public (June 7) – 5/12/21
Reservations require a payment of $93 at the time of booking. This is in addition to the cost of the marriage license. According to the current rules, no more than 6 guests total (including witnesses, children, photographer, etc.) . The six person rule was in place before COVID and might be amended. Find updated details.
And according to the current rules, face coverings are required, so keep that in mind for your photographs!
Civil Ceremonies $93 (6 guest max) | Larger weddings (Minimum $1,000, but specific guidelines and capacity limits haven’t yet been announced)