SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — The County Clerk Office plans to hold more than 100 wedding ceremonies Friday, as couples crowd the offices to make their Valentine's Day a memorable one.
Staff plan to issue marriage licenses and perform ceremonies throughout the weekend, with more than 100 on the most romantic day of the year alone.
“We are excited to offer walk-in services at our historic downtown office on the waterfront for Valentine’s Day and don’t want couples to miss their chance at Valentine’s Day wedding,” said San Diego County Clerk Ernie Dronenburg.
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Ceremonies are available on a walk-in basis at the downtown clerk's office only, but couples are strongly encouraged to schedule a time. Appointments are required at the county's Chula Vista, San Marcos, and Santee locations.
The downtown offices will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the marriage license and ceremonies. Wedding ceremonies can be done at the office's Waterfront Park or inside one of the County Administration building's ceremony rooms.