The Dayton City Commission established the Human Relations Council in May of 1962.
The mission of the Human Relations Council is to keep peace, order and harmony among the citizens of Dayton, to promote tolerance and goodwill, and ensure equality of treatment and opportunity for all. The Human Relations Council is an agency with full time staff and a 10-member Board appointed to three-year terms by the Dayton City Commission.
The Council investigates and adjudicates discrimination complaints, implements procurement programs that provide opportunities to minority, women, small/disadvantaged and disadvantaged business enterprises, and addresses issues that affect the disabled. The Council operates special programs associated with the agency’s mission and conducts active public education programs.
The services and advice of the Council are available to individuals, corporations and organizations in the greater Dayton area. Call 937-333-1403 or fax 937-222-4589.
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