The HREEO Commission will have its September Commission Meeting on September 19, 6-8 p.m.
Battle Creek Recreation Center
75 Winthrop St. S
Saint Paul, MN 55119
Sayles-Hill Suite 253,
1 North College Street, Northfield, MN 55057.
HREEO Commission Meeting Schedule
- Third Tuesday of the month.
- 6:00 p.m.
- Meeting locations vary.
- General meetings are open to the public.
Size: 21 members
Residency: A majority of the members must be Saint Paul residents
Term: Three years
Term Limit: Three terms
Power and Duties
- Serves in an advisory capacity to and reviews the performance of the Human Rights and Equal Economic Opportunity Department Director.
- Conduct extensive assessments of the Department’s performance.
- Conduct studies, hearings, investigations, make recommendations and determine discrimination complaints under the Saint Paul Human Rights Ordinance, Chapter 183.
- Serves as the Fair Housing Council.
Administrative Hearing Procedures
- The HREEO Commission adopted administrative hearing procedures pursuant to Section 183.19 (7) of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to govern the hearing of complaints brought before a hearing panel of the Commission pursuant to Section 183.24.
Resolutions and Public Statements of the HREEO Commission
- Police Accountability and Community Healing
- Gender Identity
- Arrest and Conviction Records
- Tenant Protections Ordinance
- Statement on George Floyd's Murder
- Anniversary of George Floyd's Murder
- No-Knock Warrants
- Vandalism at Mosques
Complete an application online or print one out and mail it in. You can apply for more than one committee per application. Mayor Carter encourages applicants to get recommendations from their City Councilmembers.
Please send applications to:
ATTN: Noel Nix
Office of the Mayor
390 City Hall 15 Kellogg Blvd. West
Saint Paul, MN 55102. Phone:
Complete list of boards, committees, and commissions. For questions about the application process, please contact Noel Nix via email at Noel.Nix@ci.stpaul.mn.us.