The Owatonna Human Rights Commission believes
that all people should have the same status in respect to civil rights, human
rights, freedom of speech, property rights, and economics opportunity.In addition, the commission believes in the
value of inclusion and justice for all cultures and races. We welcome diversity
and recognize the rights of all people to live their lives with dignity free
from discrimination, fear, violence and hatred.
Mission: Promoting cultural diversity by educating the community on issues of discrimination and advising the city council on human rights issues.
Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in the Second Floor Conference Room of the City Administration Building.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available 3 days prior to the meeting. Draft of Minutes will be available following staff review and posted to the website when approved. You may view copy of the OHRC Agendas and Minutes in the Agenda Center.