West Hollywood Interactive Data Tools

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The City of West Hollywood is pleased to provide interactive business, labor force, demographic and consumer spending data to existing and future West Hollywood business. Search, map, download and share data to help start or expand your business in West Hollywood.

  • Business Database
    Discover which businesses call West Hollywood home. Use this database to identify individual businesses and industry clusters and to locate customers, competitors and partners.

  • Demographics

    Are you interested in starting or expanding a business in West Hollywood? Use this tool to access information on demographics, consumer expenses and the West Hollywood labor force.

  • Infographic Community Profile
    Our interactive infographic tool illustrates key data about West Hollywood. Use the infographic community profile tool to explore the Creative City.
     
  • Compare Communities
    Compare West Hollywood to other cities across multiple variables. Use this tool to see what makes our City unique and why it makes sense to start or expand your business in West Hollywood.

  • Largest Employers
    Annually, the City of West Hollywood's Finance Division publishes the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) which includes a list of the City's principal or largest employers.
      
  • West Hollywood Community Study
    An in-depth look at our City's demographic makeup through a survey conducted by the City of West Hollywood providing demographic data not found in the Census or American Community Study. 

  • Quarterly Sales Tax Updates
    Information on the City's sales tax collection, including sales tax information by Top 15 Business Types, the Top 25 Businesses, as well as sales per capita.
  • Minimum Wage 

The City of West Hollywood follows the State of California minimum wage schedule.  

https://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_MinimumWage.htm

 Date

 Minimum Wage for Employers

with 25 Employees or Less

 Minimum Wage for Employers with

26 Employees or More

 January 1, 2017  $10.00/hour  $10.50/hour 
 January 1, 2018  $10.50/hour  $11.00/hour
 January 1, 2019  $11.00/hour   $12.00/hour
 January 1, 2020  $12.00/hour   $13.00/hour
 January 1, 2021  $13.00/hour   $14.00/hour
 January 1, 2022  $14.00/hour  $15.00/hour
 January 1, 2023  $15.00/hour  

 

 

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