Orlando's City Hall is installing its first gender-neutral restrooms.
Officials on Tuesday said the restroom will be the first of its kind of any government building in the state of Florida.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said at a news conference that the bathroom sets an example that the city is a welcoming community.
The restroom will have a common area with sinks and a changing station. It will have two single stalls and a third handicapped-accessible stall.
All the stalls will have a door and walls that stretch floor-to-ceiling.
The restroom opens later this month.