There are no current openings on the Human Rights Commission. Future openings will be posted here, and will also be listed on the City of Lafayette Volunteer page. Thank you for your interest in serving our community! View other ways to get involved:
Lafayette City Council created the Human Rights Commission (HRC) in 2016. The HRC is committed to evaluating Lafayette City government, programs and processes with an inclusive lens, with a goal of fostering equity, social justice and freedom from fear of persecution based on race, religious belief, country of origin, sexual or gender identity, physical ability or age.
The seven members serve three-year terms. There are two alternate positions.
Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm in the Conference Room (upper level) at the Lafayette Public Library.
Resident of Lafayette for at least 12 months (prior to appointment)
Attend scheduled meetings
May be required to attend other meetings or volunteer at special events to promote work of the committee.
About the Process
The City of Lafayette posts candidate applications (with personal information redacted) online after the deadline for a position has passed. Full applications and supplemental documents (such as resumes) are available from the City Clerk according to the Colorado Open Records Act. View redacted applications for recently closed positions (as available)