See How Much Every Last Bay Area Government Worker Makes, Courtesy of the CoCo Times

Oh, it’s on. The Contra Costa Times went and done it. They went and  asked every bay area governmental agency they could think of (from “A” for AC Transit to “W” for the City of Woodside), “Hey, how much do all your employees make?” So now, tout le monde, can see how much you (a city, county or other regional government employee) makes in salary by clicking here.

The search screen looks a little like this:

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What’s that, you work for the state?  Well then the Sacramento Bee has you covered right here.

Is all this disclosure legal? Hells yes! Why? Because International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 21, AFL-CIO v. Superior Court of Alameda County was a 7-0 vote in the California State Supreme Court. Does that mean that you can look up the Supreme Court Justices’ salaries? Yes. Ha! (But they don’t care if you know, srsly.)  

Did some “public health care district” hospital administrator in the East Bay pull down over $800,000 in a year? Yes.

Why? Why not? And, since women only make 59 cents for every dollar men make, shouldn’t her take have been adjusted up 69% to $1,486,000 per year or something? Why not? After all, her job is described as “difficult.”

And her assistants only get paid “from $372,555 to $407,065.”

That’s all.


See some of the cities covered, after the jump.

Alameda, CA@
Alamo, CA@
Albany, CA@
Albion, CA@
Alviso, CA@
American Canyon, CA@
Anchor Bay, CA@
Angwin, CA@
Annapolis, CA@
Antioch, CA@
Atherton, CA@
Bay Point, CA@
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Belvedere, CA@
Benicia, CA@
Berkeley, CA@
Bethel Island, CA@
Birds Landing, CA@
Bodega Bay, CA@
Bodega, CA@
Bolinas, CA@
Boonville, CA@
Boyes Hot Springs, CA@
Branscomb, CA@
Brentwood, CA@
Brisbane, CA@
Burlingame, CA@
Byron, CA@
Calistoga, CA@
Calpella, CA@
Camp Meeker, CA@
Campbell, CA@
Canyon, CA@
Caspar, CA@
Castro Valley, CA@
Cazadero, CA@
Clayton, CA@
Clearlake Oaks, CA@
Clearlake Park, CA@
Clearlake, CA@
Cloverdale, CA@
Cobb, CA@
Colma, CA@
Comptche, CA@
Concord, CA@
Corte Madera, CA@
Cotati, CA@
Covelo, CA@
Coyote, CA@
Crockett, CA@
Cupertino, CA@
Daly City, CA@
Danville, CA@
Deer Park, CA@
Diablo, CA@
Dillon Beach, CA@
Discovery Bay, CA@
Dixon, CA@
Dos Rios, CA@
Dublin, CA@
Duncans Mills, CA@
East Palo Alto, CA@
El Cerrito, CA@
El Granada, CA@
El Sobrante, CA@
El Verano, CA@
Eldridge, CA@
Elk, CA@
Elmira, CA@
Emeryville, CA@
Fairfax, CA@
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Finley, CA@
Forest Knolls, CA@
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Freestone, CA@
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Geyserville, CA@
Gilroy, CA@
Glen Ellen, CA@
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Graton, CA@
Greenbrae, CA@
Gualala, CA@
Guerneville, CA@
Half Moon Bay, CA@
Hayward, CA@
Healdsburg, CA@
Hercules, CA@
Hillsborough, CA@
Hopland, CA@
Ignacio, CA@
Inverness, CA@
Jenner, CA@
Kelseyville, CA@
Kensington, CA@
Kentfield, CA@
Kenwood, CA@
Knightsen, CA@
La Honda, CA@
Lafayette, CA@
Lagunitas, CA@
Lakeport, CA@
Larkspur, CA@
Laytonville, CA@
Leggett, CA@
Little River, CA@
Livermore, CA@
Loma Mar, CA@
Los Altos Hills, CA@
Los Altos, CA@
Los Gatos, CA@
Lower CA@
Lucerne, CA@

 Manchester, CA@
Marshall, CA@
Martinez, CA@
Mendocino, CA@
Menlo Park, CA@
Middletown, CA@
Mill Valley, CA@
Millbrae, CA@
Milpitas, CA@
Montara, CA@
Monte Rio, CA@
Monte Sereno, CA@
Moraga, CA@
Morgan Hill, CA@
Moss Beach, CA@
Mount Eden, CA@
Mount Hamilton, CA@
Mountain View, CA@
Muir Beach, CA@
Napa, CA@
Navarro, CA@
New Almaden, CA@
Newark, CA@
Nicasio, CA@
Nice, CA@
Novato, CA@
Nut Tree, CA@
Oakland, CA@
Oakley, CA@
Oakville, CA@
Occidental, CA@
Olema, CA@
Orinda, CA@
Pacheco, CA@
Pacifica, CA@
Palo Alto, CA@
Penngrove, CA@
Pescadero, CA@
Petaluma, CA@
Philo, CA@
Piedmont, CA@
Piercy, CA@
Pinole, CA@
Pittsburg, CA@
Pleasant Hill, CA@
Pleasanton, CA@
Point Arena, CA@
Point Reyes Station, CA@
Point Richmond, CA@
Pope Valley, CA@
Port Costa, CA@
Portola Valley, CA@
Potter Valley, CA@
Princeton By The Sea, CA@
Redwood City, CA@
Redwood Estates, CA@
Redwood Valley, CA@
Richmond, CA@
Rio Nido, CA@
Rio Vista, CA@
Rodeo, CA@
Rohnert Park, CA@
Ross, CA@
Rutherford, CA@
Saint Helena, CA@
San Anselmo, CA@
San Bruno, CA@
San Carlos, CA@
San Francisco, CA@
San Geronimo, CA@
San Gregorio, CA@
San Jose, CA@
San Leandro, CA@
San Lorenzo, CA@
San Martin, CA@
San Mateo, CA@
San Pablo, CA@
San Quentin, CA@
San Rafael, CA@
San Ramon, CA@
Santa Clara, CA@
Santa Rosa, CA@
Saratoga, CA@
Sausalito, CA@
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Sheridan, CA@
Sonoma, CA@
South San Francisco, CA@
Spanish Flat, CA@
Stewarts Point, CA@
Stinson Beach, CA@
Suisun City, CA@
Sunnyvale, CA@
Sunol, CA@
Talmage, CA@
Terra Linda, CA@
The Sea Ranch, CA@
Tiburon, CA@
Tomales, CA@
Ukiah, CA@
Union City, CA@
Upper CA@
Vacaville, CA@
Vallejo, CA@
Valley Ford, CA@
Villa Grande, CA@
Vineburg, CA@
Walnut Creek, CA@
West Menlo Park, CA@
Westport, CA@
Willits, CA@
Windsor, CA@
Woodacre, CA@
Woodside, CA@
Yorkville, CA@
Yountville, CA@

And let’s not forget about the counties of Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Francisco.

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One Response to “See How Much Every Last Bay Area Government Worker Makes, Courtesy of the CoCo Times”

  1. Slappy Frogg says:

    While I admittedly fail to grasp how a government worker could somehow “earn” $800+k a year, I feel the current ire directed to them is wildly misplaced.

    Yes, the economy sucks, yes, lots of people are out of work, yes, lots of people are suffering.

    But considering that the recent ANNUAL BONUSES on Wall Street probably far outpaces CA’s entire payroll expenditure, I think people are aiming at the wrong targets.