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Housing & Community Development
2001 South State Street  S2-100
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575

TTY 7-1-1

File a Fair Housing Complaint

Tenants in Salt Lake County are protected from discriminatory housing practices by federal and state laws.  Salt Lake County prohibits unfair housing practices in the rental, sale, or financing of housing because of a person's race, color, national origin, ancestry, disability and use of a service animal, gender, parental status, marital status, religion, participation in Section 8 voucher program or other similar government housing subsidy programs, sexual orientation (includes gender identity), and age.  Discriminatory treatment may occur if you are treated differently than other tenants or prospective tenants because of one or more of your class attributes.

Tenants with a Disability

Tenants with a disability are entitled to reasonable modifications and reasonable accommodations to housing.  Modifications are generally at the expense of the tenant and with the permission of the landlord.  The landlord cannot unreasonably withhold permission, but can require restoration to the original condition on the unit is vacated.

Fair Housing Enforcement Offices

Tenants who believe that they may have been the victim of housing discrimination can make a complaint with a fair housing enforcement agency.  If you have a fair housing complaint, you can contact the Utah Anti-discrimination & Labor Division, Fair Housing at 160 East 300 South, 3rd Floor, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6630.

You may also access the Federal Government's HUD complaint form


Salt Lake County's Community Resources & Development Division is committed to assure meaningful access to its programs and activities and equal access to housing to all eligible individuals regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, familial status or source of income including those person for whom English is not their primary language and who have limited ability to read, write, speak or understand English.