Bias and discrimination can be on the basis of--but are not exclusive to--race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, public assistance, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, and familial status.
If you have experienced, witnessed, or learned of a potential bias incident within the services, facilities, and institutions of the City of New Brighton in the last 365 days, you may file a report with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
Helpful information to document include details of the incident, dates and times, names of witnesses and/or involved persons, and related media (social media posts, voicemails, letters, etc.).
Violation by Resident
If the incident happened within neighbor-to-neighbor interactions, you may file a verbal police report with the New Brighton Public Safety Department. For emergencies, please call 911.
If you have general concerns relating to human rights, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the City of New Brighton, you may contact the DEI Coordinator. The DEI Coordinator serves as the staff liaison to the Equity Commission so issues may also be elevated to the Equity Commission for further discussion and recommendation for action.
We are here to listen and are eager for the opportunity to make the appropriate changes to ensure that our residents feel safe, valued, and welcomed.