The City of Chandler is committed to ensuring equal access to housing through community outreach, education and enforcement.
It is illegal to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability or familial status in the sale, lease, rental, insuring or financing of housing. The City of Chandler offers free Fair Housing training for tenants, landlords and the general public.
You'll be asked to take a brief survey prior to starting the training presentation. Start the Training.
The City of Chandler takes housing discrimination complaints seriously. If you suspect you have been discriminated against in housing, please contact our Fair Housing program atto assist with housing counseling and filing a complaint with the Office of the Arizona Attorney General Civil Rights Division.
The Arizona Relay Service provides free hour telephone access for the deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and hearing or speech impaired. The City of Chandler receives federal funding from the U. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is required to complete a fair housing study referred to as the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice AI every five years to ensure that HUD-funded programs are being administered in a manner that furthers fair housing for protected classes.
Fair Housing Training. Housing Discrimination The City of Chandler takes housing discrimination complaints seriously. Diversity Events Applications.
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