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The City of Wenatchee’s Diversity Advisory Council Mission Statement:

Diversity Hands“The Diversity Advisory Council advocates recognition, respect, inclusion and celebration of the greater Wenatchee’s area diverse people.”

The City of Wenatchee’s Diversity Advisory Council works to assure that your life or your visit in the Wenatchee area is an enjoyable and happy experience. In the event that you have an unpleasant experience while here, we would like to hear from you. We are tracking incidents in order to direct our programs as effectively as possible. The Diversity Advisory Council reports to the City Council and advises the Mayor of activities and incidents.

If you wish to share your experience with the Diversity Advisory Council, please email feedback@wenatcheewa.gov or call (509) 888-6204 to report the incident. Though this is not the process for a formal complaint, we will review your complaint and make appropriate efforts to address the problem. Names will be removed from complaints in order to track incidents. The goal of the Mayor and Diversity Advisory Council is to ensure that our community truly meets the intent of our organization’s mission.

If you wish to file a formal complaint with the proper government authorities, please click on one of the following websites for instructions or contact information:

  1. Washington State Human Rights Commission (HRC) Olympia, WA 
    www.hum.wa.gov
    (800) 233-3247
    Area of emphasis: Enforces Washington State laws against discrimination of any kind 
  2. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Seattle, WA
    www.eeoc.gov/seattle/index.html
    (206) 220-6883
    Area of emphasis: Enforces federal anti-discrimination laws in employment
  3. Office of Civil Rights (OCR) Seattle, No website available
    Email ocr.seattle@ed.gov
    (206) 220-7900
    Area of emphasis: Enforces five federal statutes that prohibit discrimination of race, sex, disabilities and age
  4. Washington State Labor & Industries (L&I) Olympia, WA 
    www.lni.wa.gov
    (800) 547-8367 / In Wenatchee: (509) 886-6500
    Area of emphasis: Enforces Washington State laws governing wages and working conditions
Last updated: 5/30/2008 10:23:50 AM