Human Relations

History and Mission

Know Your Rights

The City of Farrell is committed to the belief of equal rights for all citizens. A commitment to this has resulted in the adoption of an Ordinance creating the Farrell Human Relations Commission. The FHRC comprises nine individuals appointed by the Mayor to 4-year terms. The Commission meets at least 6 times a year in public sessions. The Commission has the power to hear, investigate and enforce the City's Human Relations laws. The FHRC also provides guidance and support to individuals in their efforts in filing complaints through the PA Human Relations Commission.

Discrimination is against the law in the City of Farrell and state of Pennsylvania. The law and the Farrell Human Relations Commission deal with discrimination in the areas of Employment, Education, Housing and Public Accommodation and Commercial Property. You are protected against discrimination based on:

  • Race
  • Color
  • Familiar Status
  • Religious Creed
  • Ancestry
  • Age
  • Sex
  • National Origin
  • Handicap/Disability
  • Use of guide or support animals
  • Sexual orientation/Gender identity

If you think you may be a victim of discrimination, take actions. Call the office of the Farrell Human Relations Commission. We are here to help. Know your Rights. We can help you fight discrimination. All contact is confidential. Remember this: A complaint must be filed within 180 days of the alleged discrimination.

You Are Not Alone

Office Hours: By Appointment
Meeting Time: 6:00pm
Meeting Location: In the Farrell Fireman's meeting room
Meeting Date: Third Tuesday of the Month in February, March, April, May, June, September, October, and November

Farrell Human Relations Commission
(724) ​983-2717
humanrelations@cityoffarrell.com