The Camp Hill Borough Council has established and adopted an official policy of non-discrimination in the Borough in all matters involving employment, housing and use of public accommodations. The Council has additionally established a local Human Relations Commission, which shall have the powers and duties to enforce state laws that prohibit discrimination.
Borough Council has granted to the Commission all of the powers necessary to the execution of its duties, provided that those powers shall not exceed those exercised by the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission under the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act.
The Commission consists of five members, who serve staggered terms of three (3) years each. All members of the Commission are appointed by the Borough Council. Members are residents of the Borough or individuals who work full time within the Borough. No voting member of the Commission shall hold any office in any political party. Members of the Commission serve without salary but may be paid expenses incurred in the performance of their duties, as approved by the Borough Council.Anti-Discrimination Ordinance (Revised April 2017)