Interested couples should make a reservation early
SAN DIEGO, California -- The San Diego County Clerk’s office will be open on Feb. 14, a Saturday, specifically to service those wishing to “tie the knot” or renew their wedding vows on Valentine’s Day.
Weddings will be performed at the new Waterfront Park, located next to the County Administration Building along Pacific Highway and overlooking San Diego Bay.
“We recognize the significance that this date has to many couples and are pleased to be able to offer marriage services on a Saturday,” said County Clerk Ernie Dronenburg Jr., in a press release.
“Services will be provided by appointment only and we expect the day to fill quickly. Call right now so we can help you plan this special day.”
The Clerk’s offices, 1600 Pacific Highway, Suite 273, will be open from 9 am to 3 pm to issue marriage licenses and perform ceremonies only. Cost of a non-confidential license is $70, and if a member of the County’s staff performs the ceremony, it is an additional $88. There is no additional charge if you bring your own officiant.
For reservations call 619-237-0502.
(Editor's note: This post was originally published on SDGLN media partner Gay San Diego.)