Human Relations Commission
On September 16, 2020 the Human Relations Commission hosted aanother community forum to discuss equity, diversity, and inclusion in Greeley from the Latinx perspective.
The function of the Human Relations Commission is to foster mutual respect and understanding, and to create an atmosphere conducive to the promotion of amicable relations among all members of the Greeley community, to serve as a vehicle through which the citizens can convey their suggestions on the policies of local government with respect to social problems, to be sensitive to the social needs of the citizens, and to advise and assist the City government in relating human relations and social service programs to the needs of the people.
- Qualifications: Greeley Resident
- Structure: 12 members – 9 appointed by the Greeley City Council. One from the University of Northern Colorado, one from Aims Community College and one from Greeley/Evans School District 6.
- Terms: 3 year terms, 2 term limit
- Average Commitment: 3 hours per month
CC Human Relations Commission
Human Relations Commission members march in the 2018 MLK Day March in Greeley.