Board of Community Relations
City of Kettering Board of Community Relations
To promote and encourage the creation and maintenance of an inclusive community by fostering equal opportunities and respect for all persons.
Meets: 3rd Monday Term: 3 years
January – Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Contest
February – Nina Simone Movie & Discussion
April – Fair Housing Recognition
June – Live, Work, Play City Block Party
July – Trails of Oak Creek / Free Lunch Program
August – National Night Out
November – Landlord Workshop
December – Board Dinner
To read more about how the City of Kettering supports Fair Housing, please link to our Fair Housing page.
The BCR’s launched a new campaign in 2015 called the accessibleKettering business recognition program. This completely voluntary pilot program will allow the City of Kettering to publicly honor local businesses that promote a more inclusive community.
Volunteer your business for the pilot program by:
pledging to meet & exceed minimum accessibility standards;
regularly updating the BCR on efforts to assist the physically challenged;
and attending at least 1 “Accessibility Issues” brown bag lunch annually.
What you get:
a BCR branded accessibleKettering window decal;
additional resources for implementing accessible business practices;
and recognition of your business on the City of Kettering website.