Statistical Data about Richmond, MO
• “>Missouri Census Date Center for Ray County
• “>US Census American Fact Finder for Richmond
• “>City-data.com for Richmond
• “>Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA) Family Wage Calculator
• “>OSEDA Career Exploration Tool
|Chamber of Commerce|
Division of Family Services
MediaCom Phone, Internet, Cable
Ray County Extension Office
Ray County Health Department
Ray County Humane Society
Ray County Library
|Ray County Memorial Hospital
Ray County Museum
Richmond Community of Character
Richmond Daily News
Richmond Post Office
Richmond R-XVI Schools
Shirkey Golf Club
Southview Swimming Pool
Information About the Federal Fair Housing Act
Whether people are trying to rent, buy, sell, or finance a home or apartment, as a tenant, homeowner, or landlord, they need to know the rights and protections provided by the “>Federal Fair Housing Act, and state and local fair housing laws. It’s equally important for people to know where to file a complaint if they suspect they are a victim of discrimination or predatory lending.
Federal law makes it unlawful to discriminate in housing based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability or family status (families with children under the age of 18, or who are expecting a child). Broader protections are often provided under state, county, or city laws.
If you feel that your fair housing rights have been violated, you can file a complaint with the “>U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development by calling HUD’s national toll-free hotline, 1-800-669-9777, or file a complaint online here. Missouri residents can contact the “>Missouri Commission on Human Rights toll-free discrimination complaint hotline, 877-781-4236, or file a complaint “>online here.
Five-minute video podcast produced by the Missouri Labor Department provides more information on your fair housing rights.