** The Human Relations Commission recently merged with the Mniluzahan Okolakiciyapi Ambassadors, and we are seeking new members to serve on this revamped Commission**
The purpose of the Human Relations Commission is to safeguard equal opportunities of all citizens of Rapid City by resolving conflict, settling complaints of discrimination, and promoting cooperation within the community.
NUMBER OF MEMBERS
Due consideration will be given to racial minorities and other under-represented groups, with a goal of matching the racial, religious, and gender distribution of our City.
RESIDENCY/REGISTERED VOTER REQUIREMENT
Members must be a legal resident of Rapid City.
SUMMARY OF DUTIES
City of Rapid City is committed to improving the quality of life for all of its residents by encouraging fair treatment and promoting mutual understanding and respect. In order to further this goal, the Rapid City Human Relations Commission (RCHRC) was established by Municipal Ordinance No. 5377, and is authorized by the ordinance and state law to investigate any discriminatory acts or practices within the city limits.
Rapid City Human Relations Commission investigates and mediates discrimination complaints in:
- Public Services
- Public Accommodations
Persons believing they've been treated unfairly in Rapid City because of their race, sex, disability, national origin, religion or familial status may contact the Commission for assistance at (605) 394-4140.
Information to come.
City Attorney's Office
300 Sixth Street
Rapid City, SD 57701