Human Relations Commission

2022 Meetings

  • Time: 3:30 pm-4:30 p.m.  
  • Dates: January 20, April 21, July 21, & October 20
  • Location: Lafayette City Hall - Council Chambers
     20 N 6th St
       Lafayette, IN 47901

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

 Members Term Date
Stephen Smith - Chair January 1, 2022
Susan Brouillette - Vice Chair January 1, 2024
Cassie Wade - Secretary January 1, 2022
Chad Aldridge January 1, 2022
Kara Boyles
January 1, 2023
Nohemi Lugo January 1, 2024
Michelle Reynolds January 1, 2023
Chad Young January 1, 2024
Joel Wright January 1, 2023



There is no question that the increased diversity in our city is adding a great value to our schools, businesses, and community. In an effort to better serve and to understand the issues affecting the city, we need working Commissions that are dedicated to understanding and explaining how the City of Lafayette will move forward as our demographics are changing.

The Commission

The City of Lafayette Human Relations Commission was created in 1968, and consists of 9 citizens appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council.

The Commission's main objectives are to end prejudice, intolerance, bigotry, and discrimination in the City of Lafayette, to encourage respect and understanding of all individuals and groups, and to investigate complaints of discrimination in the City of Lafayette.

The Commission is concerned with any discrimination based on race, sex, religion, color, handicap, familial status, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age or gender identity and is available to investigate discriminatory acts in the areas of employment, access to public accommodations, and the purchase or rental of housing.

Youth Human Relations Commission
The Youth Human Relations Commission will serve as an extension of the HRC in order to better serve and address youth needs in the community as related to the HRC's main objectives. Those objectives are to end prejudice, intolerance, bigotry, and discrimination in the City of Lafayette, and to encourage respect and understanding of all individuals and groups.


The Commission produces a brochure for citizens to review in order to help them better understand the signs of wrongful discrimination, and to help them understand if they have been discriminated against. The brochure can be downloaded online or picked up at a number of locations throughout the Lafayette Community.

File a Complaint

File a complaint with the Lafayette Human Relations Commission within 90 days of the discriminatory act. You may download the complaint by using the links below:
Please contact the City of Lafayette at 765-807-1090 or if you have any questions or concerns about the complaint process.

Commission Brochure Locations

Location Address Phone Number
Area IV 660 N. 36th Street 765-447-7683
Bauer Family Resources
330 Fountain Street
Black Cultural Center 1100 3rd St 765-494-3092
Hanna Community Center
1201 N 18th Street
Lafayette Housing Authority
2601 Greenbush St.

Lafayette Urban Ministries
420 N 4th Street
LARA 1100 Elizabeth St 765-476-2920
Legal Aid Corporation of
Tippecanoe County
212 N 5th Street
Legal Services Program of
Northern Indiana, Inc.
639 Columbia Street
McAllister Community Center
2351 N 20th Street
Social Security Administration 10 S 2nd Street 888-884-0522
Valley Oaks 310 Main Street 765-446-6400
YMCA 3001 S Creasy Lane 765-474-3448
YWCA of Greater Lafayette
605 N 6th Street