Commission on Diversity Awareness
Commission on Diversity Awareness Survey
The Commission on Diversity Awareness is working to gain feedback from the community to set priorities and advise the Flagstaff City Council on issues of diversity and advocating for the fostering of a climate of inclusion in Flagstaff.
The survey will take approximately 10 minutes and responses are anonymous. If you are a Flagstaff resident and over the age of 18, please click on the following link to participate.
The Commission on Diversity Awareness consists of seven citizens who represent the diverse population of Flagstaff. The mission of the commission includes, but is not limited to, fostering mutual understanding, tolerance, respect, and awareness among all citizens; recognizing the different economic, cultural, social, religious, and ethnic groups within the City; cooperating in the development of educational programs dedicated to improving community relations and enlisting support of various groups to foster diversity awareness.
The City does not discriminate against any person to whom it provides services because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, genetic information, veteran's status, pregnancy, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (City Code Chapter 14-02 Civil Rights).
The Commission on Diversity Awareness meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 1:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. The meetings are also streamed on the web, click here to view current or past meetings.
If you have any concerns that your rights are being violated, please contact Shannon Anderson - Human Resources Director.
To view the agenda, minutes, or enacting authority please click the appropriate link below.
AGENDAS MINUTES AUTHORITY
The Flagstaff Commission on Diversity Awareness members are:
|-Alisa Ashley|| -Jean Toner
|-Dan (Robert) Duke|| -DeAnn Wegwert
|-Khara House||-Daniel Williamson|