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County Clerk Offering New ‘Summer Love After Hours’ Expanded Evening Wedding Appointments & Ceremonies 

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Ready to tie the knot? Take the plunge?

San Diego County Clerk Ernie Dronenburg expanded office hours this summer to offer a new
Love After Hours Evening Wedding Services” program. Couples may book an appointment for an Evening Wedding on the following Wednesdays this summer: July 20, Aug. 10, and Sept. 14 between 5 and 7:30 p.m.

Chief Deputy Assessor/ Recorder/ County Clerk Jordan Marks said, “Our County Clerk team has taken another step to make sure that your wedding day is perfect with our new ‘love after hours evening wedding’ appointment offerings to make it easier for you, your family and loved ones to celebrate your love.” Marks continued, “Your Assessor/ Recorder/ County Clerk’s office puts customers first, especially when making sure that happiness begins here with a memorable marriage ceremony.”

For those three dates only, couples may schedule appointments for a Marriage License and/or Civil Ceremony between 5 and 7 p.m. at the following four office locations: County Administration Center in Downtown on the waterfront, Chula Vista, San Marcos, and Santee.

Couples can book their appointment for love using the 24/7 online appointment system at www.SDARCC.com or by calling (619) 237-0502. 

Couples are encouraged to complete their Marriage License application online ahead of the appointment time at www.SDARCC.com for faster service.

Guests are welcome and can enjoy our new Downtown and Santee guest lounges. To find the address of the closest Clerk’s office offering this service please visit www.SDARCC.com.

The cost of a non-confidential marriage license is $70.  For the ceremony – to be performed by County staff, in English or Spanish – there is an additional cost of $88.

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