Human Relations Commission
The Human Relations Commission was established by City Council to promote the acceptance and respect for diversity through educational programs and activities, and to discourage all forms of discrimination based on race, religion, age, gender, disability, etc. The Commission often coordinates these efforts with other City boards and commissions, community groups and organizations.
The Commission also oversees the Citizen Liaison Program, and presents the annual Human Relations Award to recognize those citizens who have advanced the cause of human rights through their volunteer efforts.
Regular Meeting Schedule:
2nd Thursday of each month
Council Information Center, City Hall West
300 LaPorte Ave.
view meeting schedule >> for more information (including exceptions to the regular schedule)
No special skills required; interest and desire to promote goals outlined above desirable.
Current Members: Interested in applying?
Council Liaison: Bob Overbeck
December 31, 2015 Colleen Conway and Christine Hays
December 31, 2016 Mary Vivo, Preety Sathe, and Joseph Leske
December 31, 2017 Myles Crane, Christy Doyon and Victor Smith
December 31, 2018 Jimena Sagas
The Human Relations Commission in Partnership with the Poudre River Library District is sponsoring an eight part series of Mental Health Forums. See the flyer for more information.