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Municipalities with Domestic
Partnership Registries

Opposite-Sex and Same-Sex
Partners Can Register

Albany, New York
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Atlanta, Georgia
Berkeley, California
Boston, Massachusetts
Broward County, Florida
Boulder, Colorado
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Carraboro, North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Denver, Colorado
East Hampton, New York
Eugene, Oregon
Gainesville, Florida
Great Neck, New York
Hartford, Connecticut
Ithaca, New York
Kansas City, Missouri
Key West, Florida
Lacey, Washington
Laguna Beach, California
Long Beach, California
Los Angeles County, California
Madison, Wisconsin
Marin County, California
Multnomah County, Oregon
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York City, New York
North Hills Village, New York
Oakland, California
Palo Alto, California
Portland, Maine
Provincetown, Massachusetts
Rochester, New York
Sacramento, California
San Francisco, California
Santa Barbara, California
Santa Monica, California
Seattle, Washington
Southhampton, New York
St. Louis, Missouri
Travis County, Texas
Tucson, Arizona
Washington, DC
West Hollywood, California
Westchester County, New York


Only Same-Sex Partners
Can Register

Ashland, Oregon
Brookline, Massachusetts
Cook County, Illinois
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Oak Park, Illinois




States with Domestic
Partnership Registries


Bills Introduced

Florida *
New York *

Enacted into Law

California **
New Jersey **

*   Proposed bill would allow registration for same-sex and opposite-sex partners.

** Limited to same-sex couples of any age over 18 and to heterosexual couples if one partner is 62 years old or older.

*** Open to same and opposite-sex partners.

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