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Municipalities with nondiscrimination ordinances

Forty-three (43) municipalities in Pennsylvania prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or both:

  • City of Philadelphia (1982 SO, 2002 GI)
  • City of Harrisburg (1983)
  • City of Pittsburgh (1997)
  • City of York (1998)
  • City of Lancaster (2002)
  • Allentown Ordinance (2002)
  • Erie County (2002)
  • City of Erie (2002)
  • New Hope Borough (2002)
  • City of Scranton (2003)
  • Swarthmore Borough (2006)
  • City of West Chester (2006)
  • City of Easton (2006)
  • Lansdowne Borough (2006)
  • State College Borough (2007)
  • Allegheny County (2009)
  • City of Reading (2009)
  • Doylestown Borough (2010)
  • Lower Merion Township (2010)
  • Borough of Conshohocken (2011)
  • Haverford Township (2011)
  • City of Bethlehem (2011)
  • Springfield Township (2011)
  • Newtown Borough (2011)
  • Whitemarsh Township (2011)
  • Jenkintown Borough (2011)
  • Susquehanna Township (2011)
  • Cheltenham Borough (2012)
  • Abington Township (2012)
  • Upper Merion Township (2012)
  • East Norriton Township (2012)
  • City of Pittston (2013)
  • Bristol Borough (2013)
  • Downingtown (2014)
  • Ambler Borough (2016)
  • Dickson City (2016)
  • Wilkes-Barre (2016)
  • Carlisle (2016)
  • Kennett Square Borough (2017)
  • Phoenixville (2017)
  • Royersford (2017)
  • Stroudsburg (2017)
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