Professional and Citizens' Guide to Fair Housing

There will be two meetings: one for service providers at 10 a.m. and the other for the general public at 6 p.m.

  • Date: 08/06/2018 10:00 am - 11:00 am
  • Location: Sandy Springs City Hall
    1 Galambos Way
    Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
  • Introduction: Location: 1 Galambos Way, City Springs Training Room - Barfield 2nd Floor Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328

10:00 AM Session- Professional’s Guide to Fair Housing Act:

Introduction and History of the Fair Housing Act

Fair Housing Responsibilities

A Critical Checklist for Fair Housing Monitoring

How to Stay in Compliance

 City staff, community leaders, real estate agents, mortgage brokers, property managers, etc. are encouraged to attend.

6:00 PM Session - A Citizen’s Guide to Fair Housing:

              What is fair housing and what are my fair housing rights?

              Who is protected by the Fair Housing Act?

              Tenant/Landlord responsibilities

              Reporting Fair Housing Issues

              Residents of the City of Sandy Springs are encouraged to attend

  

For more information, contact: 

Louisa Tovar, Planner

City of Sandy Springs Department of Community Development

ltovar@sandyspringsga.gov / 770-730-5600

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