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Deborah Wilder
CCMI President 


California Adopts a Total of 19 Holidays

California Government Code was amended this year to include the following holidays: 6700. (a) The holidays in this state are:

(1) Every Sunday.

(2) January 1.

(3) The third Monday in January, known as “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.”

(4) The date corresponding with the second new moon following the winter solstice, or the third new moon following the winter solstice should an intercalary month intervene, known as “Lunar New Year.”

(5) February 12, known as “Lincoln Day.”

(6) The third Monday in February.

(7) March 31, known as “Cesar Chavez Day.”

(8) April 24, known as “Genocide Remembrance Day.”

(9) The last Monday in May.

(10) June 19, known as “Juneteenth.”

(11) July 4.

(12) The first Monday in September.

(13) September 9, known as “Admission Day.”

(14) The fourth Friday in September, known as “Native American Day.”

(15) The second Monday in October, known as “Columbus Day.”

(16) November 11, known as “Veterans Day.”

(17) December 25.

(18) Good Friday from 12 noon until 3 p.m.

(19) (A) Every day appointed by the President or Governor for a public fast, thanksgiving, or holiday (Thanksgiving 4th Thursday of November)

For prevailing wage projects, each trade adopts its own designated holidays which is typically published on the Department of Industrial Relations’ website. However, for those few trades which do not adopt holidays from union collective bargaining agreements, then every holiday set forth above shall apply. While holiday pay does is not required when no work is performed on that day, a contractor may be caught unaware if the specific craft which is performing the work defaults to these holidays. If the holiday is

worked by the worker, then holiday pay must be paid.


Upcoming Training:

July 25th Hawaii Prevailing Wage Updates   12 noon PST. For more information and to register: https://www.abchawaii.org/


American Contract Compliance Officer’s Association: August 17 Memphis, TN “PLAs The Good The Bad and the Uncertain”. For more information: https://www.accaweb.org/

California Special District Association Annual Meeting August 28-31 Monterey https://www.csda.net


Remember if you need more training, Deborah Wilder is the presenter on the LCPtracker Academy Prevailing wage workshops. Go to www.LCPtracker.com and select the education tab.

Want to schedule your own prevailing wage workshop?

We will customize a workshop or webinar for you and your Agency/Account. Contact us at: info@ccmilcp.com 

What Every Contractor Should Know About Prevailing Wages, 3rd Edition.
Available through www.ccmilcp.com $45 inclusive of tax and shipping.
FROM THE INBOX....You asked, we answered!


I am a union contractor working in Olympia Washington. This project has both state and federal funding. What set of holidays should I follow?


First, as a union signatory contractor, you have an obligation to abide by the collection bargaining agreement (CBA) which your company signed. So, all holidays in your CBA will need to be honored. Then, you need to look at the holiday provision adopted by the State of Washington on prevailing wage projects. Finally, look at the federal wage determination to see if any additional holidays are designatedright under your specific wage classification. All the holidays will be subject to prevailing wages holiday pay if worked.

Feel free to send your questions to info@ccmilcp.com
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