Community Relations and Office of Human Rights
The Office of Human Rights and Community Relations is committed to encouraging, supporting and advancing efforts which fulfill human needs and protect civil rights of the Boulder community.
The Office of Human Rights and Community relations encourages interaction based on respect and understanding among the various communities that make up the Boulder population and ensures protection of rights afforded to Boulder residents by the Human Rights Ordinance, the local anti-discrimination law. Additionally, OHR enforces the city's Failure to Pay Wages ordinance.
The Office supports Boulder's Human Relations Commission in social policy development and its role as the quasi-judicial body for resolution of Human Rights Ordinance cases, and administers small grants for community events and community impact projects.
For further information, please call us at 303-441-3141.
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 April 2013 14:06