Release from the city:
The City of Sandusky is recruiting for two volunteers to
serve on the Human Relations Commission.
These new members will be appointed by the city commission to serve the remainder of two five-year terms.
The Human Relations Commission was originally established in 1967 to do and accomplish all things feasible and practical which will eliminate practices of discrimination against individuals because of race, color, creed, national origin or ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, age, or disability in our community.
Additionally, this Commission has a duty to reduce and eliminate prejudices, tensions, disorders and discriminations in Sandusky.
Application and vacancy information in downloadable form below
Completed applications should be returned to the commission clerk’s office via U.S. mail, email or at faxed to 419.627.5825.
The City of Sandusky continuously recruits volunteers for other city boards and commissions, and residents are encouraged to make application to serve.