New York City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is set to marry his longtime partner Dan Hendrick on Saturday.

Van Bramer, 42, and Hendrick, 41, who have been together for more than 12 years, told the New York Daily News that they will wed in a rooftop ceremony in Van Bramer's Long Island City district.

Van Bramer is the second member of the City Council to marry a same-sex partner. Speaker Christine Quinn married her wife Kim Catullo in May.

“I had always thought I would get married, but when I came out … I thought that I gave up that chance. I didn't think in my lifetime it would ever change,” said Van Bramer.

Hendrick proposed marriage to Van Bramer last November.

“I ultimately did it in a restaurant,” Hendrick told the Sunnyside Post last year. “It was a beautiful setting on the water. I picked up engagement rings for the two of us, had some nice things to say and sprung the question.”

(Related: NYC gay couples make up 10 percent of marriage licenses; Generate $259 million.)