The mission of the Office of Fair Housing and Equity (FHE) is to eliminate discrimination and ensure equitable access to housing opportunities, public services, public accommodations, and participation in activities. The office strives to reduce procedural, attitudinal, and communication barriers for persons living and working in the City of Boston.
If you believe you have been discriminated against in housing, public services, accommodations, employment, or participation in activities in Boston, you may fill out and email a completed form online or download and submit a handwritten copy to our office. You are also welcome to call or visit our office.
Lead Summit 2014
This summit will bring together city, academic, private, and public stakeholders to develop an action plan for increasing awareness that lead is still a problem in Boston. This summit will develop strategies for reducing housing discrimination families face related to lead paint, increasing lead safe housing, lead safe renovations, and reducing the number of children with elevated lead levels.
Moderate Risk Deleading Training
The Boston Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is providing Free Moderate Risk Deleading Training to property owners, their agents, and contractors. The Training Worksop will b held at the Boston Center for Youth and Families.
Community CORI and Fair Housing Workshop
Join us November 4th, 2014 at 6:00 PM at the NAACP Boston Branch to learn about "CORI Friendly" Jobs and Fair Housing.
Fair Housing Poster Contest
Watch as the Mayor and our April 2014 Fair Housing Art Contest winners talk about diversity and housing.
See a listing of City Events and Public Meetings.
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