Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission
Meetings: Third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
The commission has nine members. The scope, duties and functions of the commission are to:
- Encourage full participation in the affairs of the City and advise the City Council on programs and efforts that could improve civic engagement and community relations and human rights.
- Advise the City Council regarding the effective and meaningful involvement of Roseville residents in their local government.
- Propose programs, events, and projects to increase understanding, engagement, and inclusion with the work of the City.
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- Elizabeth Hansel
- Acer Iverson
- Rebecca Olson, Assistant City Manager
Agendas & Minutes
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In April 2017, the City Council combined the Human Rights Commission and the Community Engagement Commission. Agendas, Meeting Packets and Minutes of those commissions are available at:
The Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m., barring conflicts with holidays.
Most meetings are shown live on Roseville Cable Channel 16. You can also view webstreamed meetings:
Each year the Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission sponsors an essay contest for student in sixth, seventh or eighth grade who live in or attend school in the Roseville Area School District, including home schooled students.
The 2017/18 question, entry form and rules are available at 2017/18 Essay Contest. The deadline to submit the 2017/18 essay contest is January 30, 2018.
2017 WinnersFirst Place: Seigenn ThaoSecond Place: Ellie LongThird Place (tie): Emily LaPierreThird Place (tie): Alicia HopperHonorable Mention: David VinczeHonorable Mention: Nina de los Reyes