City Hall Also Flying Pride, Philly Pride, and Transgender Flags on Portico
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that City Hall and other municipal buildings will be lit in rainbow colors tonight to honor the start of Pride Month. In addition, City Hall will fly the Pride flag, the Philly Pride flag, and the Transgender flag on the portico throughout the month of June to show solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community in New York and across the country.
“This Pride Month, we want to send a clear message to the LGBTQ+ community that New York City hears you, sees you, and embraces you,” said Mayor Adams. “Pride is more than just a celebration; it is a call to action, and, as the birthplace of the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement, New York City has an obligation to continue to lead the way in ensuring New Yorkers of every identity feel the safety and support of a loving community. We stand alongside our LGBTQ+ family today and every day to proudly reflect on the enormous strides we have made in securing equal rights, while also noting how far we still must go.”
In addition to City Hall, the following city buildings will be lit up in rainbow colors to recognize Pride Month at sundown:
- Bronx County Courthouse
- The David N. Dinkins Manhattan Municipal Building
- Spring Street Salt Shed