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Public Marriage License

The Riverside County Clerk’s Office is issuing marriage licenses in-person at its public service offices. Appointments are recommended. You will find the requirements to obtain a license and the steps to book your appointment on this page. Masks will be required for couples and guests who are getting married in our ceremony rooms or courtyard.

To obtain a marriage license you must meet the following requirements:
  • Both parties MUST be 18 years of age or older. (We are not issuing licenses to minors at this time.)
  • Both parties MUST be present TOGETHER during their appointment to obtain the marriage license.
  • Both parties MUST have valid, current picture identification. The identification must be government-issued. Some examples include State-issued Driver's License or identification card; Military identification; Green Card; Naturalization Certificate; Passport.
  • If either party has been divorced or has had a dissolution of a State Registered Domestic Partnership within 90 days of the issuance of the marriage license, a copy of the FINAL Dissolution IS REQUIRED. We will take a copy of the register of actions showing the written final decree of dissolution has been entered. The divorce paperwork does not need to be certified. A copy of a Minute Order IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.
  • Payment of fee for a public marriage license: $100.00.