If you feel like you have been discriminated against and would like help from the committee, please call the Human Relations Hotline at 208-239-6985. If you believe you've experienced discrimination, you have options. Contact us to confidentially discuss your situation.
To report a grievance or concern or to schedule a proposal presentation, citizens should contact the Human Relations Advisory Committee staff contact (Laura Jenkins, Human Resources Department, City of Pocatello) at 208-234-6171.
Human and Civil Rights Award
2021 Recipient – Stephanie Morrison and Zonta Club of Pocatello
The Human Relations Advisory Committee was reactivated December 6, 1984 by Ordinance 2142, and amended in 1995. The members of the committee serve 4-year terms. Membership is open to anyone living in the Greater Pocatello area.
The mission of the City of Pocatello Human Relations Advisory Committee is to advocate human and civil rights for all residents; facilitate the prevention and elimination of discrimination; and promote harmony by fostering peaceful relationships to ensure all people are regarded and treated with dignity and respect.