Community Engagement Commission

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About the Community Engagement Commission

The Community Engagement Commission advises the City Council on matters related to community needs and issues, crime and prevention, public awareness, community involvement, and human rights issues. The commission also helps plan and facilitate community events such as Human Rights Day and block parties.

The Community Engagement Commission meets on the third Monday of the month, 7:00 p.m., at City Hall.

Current commissioners: 

  • Kim Johnson, Chair
  • Katie Kohn, Vice Chair
  • Georgiana May
  • Julie Stegman
  • Dena Larrabee
  • Rick King
  • Yakasah Weyhee, Council Liaison
  • Amanda Lor, Staff Liaison

Archive

Historical agendas and minutes for commissions and City Council can be found by clicking this link.

Commission Application

To apply to be a member of the Commission, download the PDF application and send it in to City Hall.

 

Community Engagement Commission hosted their annual Human Rights Day on Monday, February 3, at Falcon Heights City Hall. This year’s theme will focus on “Food Security & Child Hunger”Human Rights Day " Food 

Watch the video here!