The City of Mountain View Human Relations Commission was established in 1994 to address the various economic, political, educational and social issues facing the community.
The guiding principles which direct the Commission's review of community issues include the following:
- Respect—Issues concerning nondiscrimination, diversity and cultural awareness in the community.
- Involvement—Issues related to barriers which may preclude residents from participating in their local government and/or community and assessment of the relevance of programs to the needs of the community.
- Inclusivity—Issues concerning outreach to diverse segments of the population and soliciting input from the community.
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March 26, 2014 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Mountain View Senior Center
266 Escuela Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94040
Specific responsibilities of the Commission include:
- Acting as an advisory body to the City Council
- Serving as a forum for public discussion, and
- Acting as a liaison/facilitator between City government and the public on issues as they relate to tolerance, inclusivity and involvement.
HRC Brochure (Chinese, Russian, Spanish)Commission meetings are open to the public. The Human Relations Commission meets at 6:30 p.m. the first Thursday of every month.
Plaza Conference Room,City Hall
500 Castro Street
Meeting dates and locations may change.To confirm meeting logistics or for further information regarding the City's Human Relations Commission, you may email the Human Relations Commission or contact the City Manager's Office at 650-903-6301.
To receive HRC Agenda’s by E-mail, please send your request to the Human Relations Commission.
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