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Pride flag to be raised for the first time at County of San Diego Administration Center

Pride flag to be raised for the first time at County of San Diego Administration Center

In honor of San Diego Pride weekend, a pride flag will be raised at the County of San Diego Administration Center for the first time ever. Supervisor Nathan Fletcher will join San Diego Pride, and the County's LGBTQ & Allies Employee Resource Group for a ceremony on Friday, July 17th at 10:30 am.

Along with the pride flag flying over the County Administration Building, the County's parking garage a block away on West Ash Street will be lit up with the colors of the pride flag starting at about 7:55 pm Friday night.

"It is San Diego Pride week. To celebrate the County’s commitment to equality and respect for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender and queer communities, Supervisor Fletcher along with LGBTQ+ County employees and the leadership of San Diego Pride will for the first time raise the Pride flag over the County Administration Center. It will be flying high in the sky all weekend long," said a statement released by Fletcher's office.

The County Administration Center is located at 1600 Pacific Highway in Downtown San Diego.