Purpose The purpose of the Human Rights Commission is to provide leadership for addressing community interaction and fairness concerns. It works to ensure that the City is not only providing services, but maintaining ways in which a community can live together inclusively, functionally, and justly despite differences, complexities, and conflicts. The Commission focuses on stewardship and service, but also on the quality of community life and the protection of the community from preventable unfair damage to the lives of individual citizens and families.
Membership Appointments of to the Commission are made by City Council and must be residents of the City. All seats are non-ward specific. Terms are three years.
Brett White, Chair
Larry Buckland, Vice Chair
Dani DeVito, Secretary
4th Wednesday of each month
Various Locations (Announced prior to meetings)
To submit feedback/comments/complaints to the Fairmont Human Rights Commission, please use this link below. Your submission can include contact information or be kept anonymous.