DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION (DEI) TASK FORCE
|IMPORTANT UPDATESUPDATE AS OF AUGUST 15, 2022: The DEI Task Force is holding hybrid meetings. The public may appear in person or virtually. Chamber capacity is limited to 50 people and is provided on a first come, first served basis.
Meetings will be held virtually in compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order N-25-20 AND N-29-20. To view and participate in the meetings please refer to the Meeting Instructions below.
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The DEI Task Force consists of five members. Four members shall be registered voters residing in the city of Pacific Grove and engaged in topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, or racial justice as demonstrated by their background or resume. One member shall have professional training or expertise in the topic of diversity, equity, inclusion, racial or social justice. This person need not reside in the city of Pacific Grove.
The DEI Task Force was created by Ordinance 21-007. The purpose of the DEI Task Force is to improve the City’s social environment to better meet the needs of residents and visitors alike; examine city policies, programs and practices through a community lens to promote diversity, equity, inclusion, racial justice, and healing; promote participation of underrepresented communities including but not limited to people of color, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, immigrants, etc. and monitor change that occurs to diversity, equity, inclusion, and racial justice within the City; and provide feedback, guidance, strategies and recommendations to increase community engagement by underrepresented groups.
To contact the DEI Task Force, please send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEETINGS, MINUTES & AGENDASAgendas are typically posted 72 hours prior to each meeting. Minutes are posted after they are approved. Agendas and minutes will be accessible on the website for approximately 24 months.
Complete List of 2021 Meetings (TBD)