Mayor's Office for Human Rights

OTC at night

City of Tulsa
175 East 2nd Street
Suite 675
Tulsa, OK 74103

The Mayor's Office for Human Rights is the City of Tulsa department created by Title 5 of the City of Tulsa revised Ordinances. It receives and investigates complaints of discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, and public accommodations.

The Human Rights office is responsible for assuring compliance of city contractors by monitoring their hiring, labor standards and Equal Employment Opportunity. The Human Rights office monitors Davis-Bacon requirements on federally funded City projects; monitors and encourages the City of Tulsa and City Contactors to utilize developing businesses; and conduct educational programs on civil and human rights.

The Mayor's Office for Human Rights is located at 175 East 2nd Street, Suite 675, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103. The office number is (918) 596-7818 and the fax number is (918) 596-7826. Spanish

COT Business Disparity Study
Executive Summary
Recommendations
Presentation provided by MGT of America, Inc., to City Council

Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing

The full report is available online.

Consolidated Plan Five-Year Strategic Plan 2010-2015 and Annual Action Plan

The full report is available online.

The Human Rights staff member's fax, phone numbers and e-mail addresses
Staff/Contact List

Title V Commissions
Title V Commissions
Commission Minutes2006-2014 Minutes

ADA Grievance
Procedure and Complaint form

Handicap Parking
Oklahoma Handicapped Parking Placard Application

File a Complaint
Process in Filing a Complaint

Upcoming Networking Events/Training from the Mayor's Office of Human Rights and Other Agencies
Training/Events

Building Resources in Developing and Growing Enterprises
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