Human Relations Equity Commission

Regular Meetings 

  • 3rd Tuesday of each month
  • 280 W 13 Mile Road
    Police Department Conference Room
    Madison Heights, MI 48071
  • Created Motion 20-190 of July 27, 2020 and amended Motion 20-229 of August 24, 2020
  • 5 members - 2-year terms; 2 alternates; 2 Ex-Officio Non-Voting Council members

Agendas and Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. 

View Archived Meeting Minutes (PDF)

Name  Term Expires Position 
Kymm Clark 11-08-21 Ex-Officio Member without Vote - Council Representative
Emily Rohrbach 11-08-21 Ex-Officio Member without Vote - Council Representative
Sean Fleming 08-31-22 Member-at-Large 
Shawn Force 08-31-22 Member-at-Large
Martha Covert 08-31-23 Member-at-Large 
Cemone Moy 08-31-23 Member-at-Large
Quinn Wright 08-31-23 Member-at-Large
Amanda Stein 08-31-22 Alternate
Kevin Wright 08-31-22 Alternate


The purpose of the Human Relations and Equity Commission is to advise the

City Council on programs, policies, and activities that promote positive human

relations and equitable outcomes and opportunities in all aspects of community life

including issues related to or affecting minority communities within Madison

Heights, to monitor the policies and practices of the City of Madison Heights

with respect to fair and equitable application.

Creating / Authorization

Membership Information 


The commission is composed of the following members:

  • 1 Ex-Officio Council Representative w/out vote 
  • 1 Ex-Officio Council Representative Alternate w/out vote
  • 5 Members appointed by City Council


The five (5) citizen members and two (2) alternate members shall be appointed for a term of two (2) years; however, the initial appointments to the Commission shall be staggered such that three (3) members are appointed to a term of three (3) years; two (2) members are appointed to a term of two (2) years. Vacancies in any term shall be filled by the Mayor and City Council in like manner for the balance of the unexpired term.


Members-at-large must be Madison Heights residents.

About the Commission 

The purpose and function of the Crime Commission is to study the crime situation in the City, to make recommendations for its prevention and elimination, and to develop citizen cooperation in law enforcement. The Commission offers safety tips, anti-smoking programs, child identification kits, and staffs informational tables at City festivals. Meetings are open to the public.

For more information, contact the City Clerk's Office.

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