Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) / Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Public Access Division
Human Rights Campaign Releases 2018 Municipal Equality Index Rating Cities on LGBTQ Inclusion
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation together serve as America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve LGBTQ equality. By inspiring and engaging individuals and communities, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBTQ people and realize a world that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.
The Municipal Equality Index examines how inclusive municipal laws, policies, and services are of LGBTQ people who live and work there. Cities are rated based on non-discrimination laws, the municipality as an employer, municipal services, law enforcement and the city leadership's public position on equality.
The 2018 Municipal Equality Index is the seventh annual edition and rates a total of 506 cities on 49 different criteria from every state in the nation. Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index
Our Ultimate Goal
The County of Sonoma diligently strives to maintain a workplace free of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Our ultimate goal is for everyone who works for, with, and/ or receives services from the County of Sonoma to find that our culture is one that is built upon respect, inclusion, and individual dignity.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The EEO/ADA Division of the Human Resources Department for the County of Sonoma, California is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity for those in the service of the County and equal access for all persons to the goods and services offered by the County of Sonoma.
The EEO/ADA Division provides departments and employees with support and assistance in these areas:
- Resource to Employees
For department or employee assistance, including complaints of harassment, discrimination, or retaliation, please contact the EEO/ADA Division.
ADA Public Access
The EEO/ADA Division is available to assist with public accommodation requests and to facilitate responses to complaints from the public concerning accessibility.
The County encourages members of the public with complaints regarding access to County programs, services, or activities to informally resolve those complaints with the ADA Liaison for the individual department providing the facility, program, or service.
In the event a complaint cannot be resolved informally, a grievance regarding access to County programs, services, or activities may be filed by completing the County of Sonoma Title II Grievance Procedure Complaint Form (PDF: 69 kB).
For accessibility assistance, please contact the EEO/ADA Division
Human Resources Department
575 Administration Drive
Room 116 B
County of Sonoma Anti-Discrimination, Harassment, & Retaliation Policy and Complaint Procedure
ADA Title I