Human Rights Office
THE CITY OF DULUTH, MINNESOTA

Human Rights Office

The Duluth Office of Human Rights was established by ordinance to enforce city and state human rights laws and to make sure City services are accessible to all people without discrimination.

The Human Rights Office began operation on April 5, 2002 with the hiring of a Human Rights Officer.

In addition, the Human Rights Officer and staff serve as the Equal Opportunity Representative for the City of Duluth, responsible for enforcement of policies against discrimination and harassment and promoting an accessible and diverse work force within the City.

The Human Rights Office also serves as the City of Duluth's ADA Coordinator - working to increase full accessibility to all City services and programs.


Golden Shovel Awards

Know someone who has gone above and beyond to help shovel others out during the winter season? Help identify community "snow Angels" by nominating a person, group, or business.  Nominations will be reviewed by a selection committee. Award recipients will be recognized at a reception with Mayor Ness in spring 2015.  

Please complete the online nomination form below or download the Golden Shovel PDF file and mail it in or drop it off to room 313 in Duluth City Hall.

Golden Shovel Nomination Form

Golden Shovel Nomination Form
Bob Grytdahl
Human Rights Officer
City Hall, Room 313
411 West First Street
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 730-5630

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