Community Relations Commission
Seven members appointed to identify and advise the City Council on problems of discrimination in the community and to promote better human relations among all city residents. The commissioners will analyze, define, and investigate community relations issues and needs in the City and advise City Council on matters involving group prejudices, racial tension, intolerance or differences in treatment or favoritism of persons on a basis other than individual merit. The term of a member of the Community Relations Commission shall be two years, will begin in January, and will coincide with the term of the Mayor.
Third Monday of each month, except during January and February, when meetings take place on the fourth Monday of the month because of the holidays. Meetings are held (unless otherwise noted) at City Council Chambers, 305 West Third Street, 1st Floor, at 6 p.m.
Luis Güereca, Commission Secretary/Community Outreach Specialist, (805) 385-8326
CRC commissioners must reside in Oxnard and be at least 18 years of age. The commission consists of seven members appointed by City Council and such members shall broadly represent the religious, racial, and ethnic groups of the City.
City Clerk’s Office