How to File:
You may call the JHRC at (904) 630-4911 and request an Employment Assessment Questionnaire to be mailed, facsimiled (faxed) or e-mailed to you for completion. You may also complete and submit an Employment Assessment Questionnaire online. Your completed questionnaire will be assigned to a Equal Opportunity Specialist who will contact you to discuss the information provided and determine whether there is sufficient information to file a charge. If there is sufficient information to file a charge, an appointment will be scheduled for you to complete the assessment process and sign the appropriate forms and documents.

Walk-in:
You may complete an Employment Assessment Questionnaire  in the JHRC office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:40 p.m.; Monday through Friday (except legal holidays).

Jacksonville Human Rights Commission
117 West Duval Street, Suite 350
City Hall, St. James Building
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Telephone: (904) 630-4911
Facsimile: (904) 630-4918

What to Expect and Bring:

  • Parking is available by meter on a first come first serve basis. The meters accept quarters only for 30 minute intervals up to either 1 hour or 2 hours of parking depending upon the location of the meter.
  • There are various parking facilities around City Hall, including, but not limited to, the Jacksonville Public Library parking garage located on the corner of Duval Street and Main Street at a cost of $3.00 for the first hour and a maximum of $10.00 per day. Enter the facility from Duval Street. Please feel free to explore other options deemed more suitable to your needs.
  • A valid form of photo identification is required (state issued identification card or driver's license, military identification, passport issued by an appropriate authority, etc…).
  • Provide any documentation in your possession that supports your charge of discrimination (disciplinary notices, performance evaluations, medical disability-related documents, as appropriate).
  • You will be expected to decide whether your charge of discrimination goes through JHRC's mediation or investigative process.
  • Mediation will be scheduled within 15 to 30 days of a charge being filed.
  • The Commission's investigative process typically takes a minimum of 180 days to complete.