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Human Rights & Equal Economic Opportunity Commission
  • Third Tuesday of the month
  • 6:00 pm
  • Meeting locations vary
  • General Meetings are open to the public
  • Due to the varying locations, available space for the public to attend may be limited

Member Requirements

Size: 21 members

Saint Paul Residency
A majority of the members must be Saint Paul residents

Term: Three years

StaffGessner Rivas - (651) 266-8966

Powers & Duties
  • Hears and determines discrimination complaints
  • Serves in an advisory capacity to the Human Rights Director
  • Reviews the performance of the Human Rights Director
  • Determines if a violation of the Human Rights Ordinance has occurred
  • Serves as the Fair Housing Council

1) You can now apply online, visit Online Committee Application.

You can learn more by contacting Chai Lee at (651) 266-8512

2) Download an Application.

You can apply for more than one committee per application. Mayor Coleman encourages applicants to get recommendations from their City Councilmembers.

Please return applications to:
Office of the Mayor
390 City Hall
15 Kellogg Blvd., West
Saint Paul, MN 55102

Ph: (651) 266-8510 
Fx: (651) 266-8521

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