​​​​​​​​​​​​​Equal Opportunity Department (EOD)​​​​

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Donald R. Logan      

Equal Opportunity Department Director


Our Mission

To eliminate discrimination by fostering a spirit of caring, collaboration and commitment through fair and transparent services.  

Our Vision

To create an inclusive and equitable environment where everyone feels valued.   

We work in a variety of ways to achieve our mission and vision:

Compliance & Enforcement Division investigates discrimination complaints Read more

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance Read more

Business Relations Division certifies firms as small and disadvantaged businesses Read more

Commissions Supported by EOD are the Human Relations Commission (HRC), Mayor's Commission on Disability Issues (MCDI), and Phoenix Women's Commission (PWC) Read more

Discrimination ​Complaint Questionnaires

Small Employer Employment DiscriminationPublic Accommodations DiscriminationCity of Phoenix Employee DiscriminationHousing Discrimination

Formularios para presentar quejas

Discriminación laboral - pequeños empleadoresDiscriminación en lugares públicosDiscriminación de vivienda

Statements of Commitment

Statement of Commitment to Customers

Declaración de compromiso al cliente


 

Contact Us​

Investigation of Discrimination Complaints
602-262-7486

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance
602-262-7486 

Certification of Small & Disadvantaged Business Enterprises
602-262-6790

City and Federal Goals Compliance
602-262-6790

Staff Support for City Commissions (Human Relations Commission, Mayor's Commission on Disability Issues, and Phoenix Women's Commission)
602-262-7716 

EOD is located at:
200 W. Washington St., 15th Floor
Phoenix, AZ  85003
602-262-7716/Voice 
602-534-1124/Fax
TTY: Use 7-1-1 
Email

​2019 Women's Forum​

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The Phoenix Women's Commission - Women's Forum 2019 Equity: Balance for Better was held on Friday, May 17, 2019 at the South Mountain Community College Performing Arts Center.  The Forum was well attended, with Mayor Kate Gallego provding opening remarks.  The event's conversation panel included an array of community leaders who shared their personal and professional experiences. ​ Attendees learned about the challenges and opportunities women have in terms of health, safety, employment, economics and civic engagement; including political participation.

City Honored by Diversity Le​​​adership Alliance

The city of Phoenix received a Corporate Award from the Diversity Leadership Alliance for its commitment towards diversity and inclusion.  

The city recently launched the PHXRespect campaign to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued and respected.   

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Disability Awareness and Recognition Event

Business Award Non-Profit: Daring Adventures

Business Award For-Profit: Bertha's Café

Community Service Award: Disability and Functional Needs Team

Outstanding Educator Award: Dr. Craig Carter

Det. Walter Olsen Lifetime Achievement Award: Dan Martinez

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