Human Rights Commission
The Chaska Human Rights Commission typically meets at 6:30 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of the month in the City Hall Council Chambers. The Council Chambers are located on the second floor of Chaska City Hall (1 City Hall Plaza).
Members of the public can join the Human Rights Commission meetings in-person in the Council Chambers or virtually on Zoom. Zoom meeting details are provided in the Meeting Details section below.
- The next meeting is Thursday, May 26 at 6:30 p.m.
- Agendas & Minutes (Jan. 2019 to present)
- Past Agendas & Minutes (Prior to Jan. 2019)
- Watch Human Rights Commission Meetings
- To request a copy of a Human Rights Commission meeting, please email our Communications Department.
Ways to Join a Meeting
- In person in the City Hall Council Chambers. The Council Chambers are located on the second floor of Chaska City Hall (1 City Hall Plaza).
- Virtually on Zoom
- Click the Zoom meeting link
- Enter the Meeting ID: 878 4636 0688
- Passcode: 096961
- By Phone
- Dial 1-877-853-5247
- Meeting ID:
About the Commission
The purpose of the commission is to secure for all citizens, through education and prevention, equal opportunities for employment, housing, public information, public services, education, fair treatment, and full participation in affairs of the community.
The commission’s mission is to proactively partner with government, business, educators, religious, service, and other organizations to promote a community of harmony and respect for the rights and dignity of all.
- Sarah Carlson - Chairperson
- Martin Hubbard
- Hanne Sandison
- Jennifer Welvaert
- Tracy Kamen
- Oana Zayic
- Sienna White - Youth Representative
- Emily Filmore - 1st Alternate
Member Term Regulations
Regular members of the Human Rights Commission are appointed for three-year terms, and the youth representative serves a one-year term. Commission members are eligible for up to three terms for a maximum of nine years.
Each member is expected to attend at least one meeting per month in the evenings, and devote approximately five hours per month to commission business outside of the meetings.
Members will work in small groups on specific projects and are expected to have an interest in human rights issues as they relate to such topics as housing, employment, public accommodations, education, and public services.