Published Date: Jun 1st, 2018
City Administrator Naomi M. Kelly and the Office of the County Clerk invite couples to celebrate their love and tie the knot at a special LGBT Pride celebration in San Francisco City Hall.
The City and County of San Francisco is proud of the vital role the City has played in this movement, and the actions our city government has taken in its steadfast support of marriage equality for all.
In honor of this, on Friday, June 22, the Office of the County Clerk will make available extra marriage ceremony appointments to celebrate LGBT Pride. Appointments can be made online at sfgov.org/countyclerk. In addition, walk-ins will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis for couples who have a CA Marriage License.
San Francisco’s world famous Pride Parade and Celebration brings together residents and visitors to celebrate the diversity of the LGBT community. San Francisco has long been at the forefront of the fight for equal treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.
Special Pride ceremonies will be officiated in San Francisco City Hall’s beautiful North Light Court. Unique Pride Souvenir Marriage Licenses will be offered to all couples who join us to commemorate their union on this special day, and wedding parties will be invited to visit our photo booth to take keepsake pictures.
The fee for a ceremony is $83.00 and all couples must have valid Government issued IDs, current and not expired.