|Diversity includes respect of the dignity of each individual
as a person not withstanding differences in personality,
age, gender, race, ethnicity, physical and mental ability,
sexual orientation, physical appearance, family status,
religious and political beliefs, socio-economic status, and
other personal identity markers.
The Office of Diversity works to
awareness, understanding and respect for the
differences that make us each unique human beings. It
strives to identify, understand and satisfy the needs of the
City's diverse workforce and community.
Services offered by the
Office of Diversity support the City's diversity strategies and
influence both the internal work environment and the
Human Relations Advisory Board
Serves as liaison to council-appointed Mesa volunteers
who advise the City Council on issues of diversity and
- Community Outreach/Ombudsman
Builds relationships with community members,
businesses and organizations to address community
- Disabled & ADA Coordination
Serves as ADA Coordinator and a resource for Mesa's
Mesa Hometown Heroes
This season, Community Cinema celebrates 10 years
of uniting people through independent film.
Available in more than 75 cities nationwide,
Community Cinema presents free screenings and
discussions around the Emmy Award-winning PBS
documentary series Independent Lens.
By igniting conversations around issues that
affect us all, Community Cinema creates real and
lasting change - both at home and around the
world. Events are free and open to the public.
2425 S Dobson Rd
Mesa, AZ 85202
Mesa Film Series
Muhammad Ali Exhibit
2014 Diversity Report
Since diversity and inclusion are core values for
the City of Mesa Human Relations Advisory Board and
Office of Diversity, an objective measure of
incidents of bias, discrimination and exclusion was
conducted by the Morrison Institute for Public
Policy at Arizona State University.
Opinion Survey Results
Inclusion & Diversity Report