What is discrimination under Title VI?
Discrimination under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, is an act (action or inaction), whether intentional or unintentional, through which a person, solely because of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, age or disability, has been otherwise subjected to unequal treatment or impact under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance from the United States Department of Transportation.

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1. Do I need a building permit for any or all of the following installations including a fence, swimming pool, siding, deck or roof repair or replace?
2. What is Title VI?
3. What is discrimination under Title VI?
4. Who may file a Title VI complaint?
5. What are the Title VI complaint procedures?
6. Who do the Title VI procedures apply to?
7. How is a discrimination complaint filed?
8. How long will it take for my complaint to be resolved?
9. How do I get a permit?
10. What is the cost of a permit?
11. What is the procedure for installing a pool on my property?
12. When do you need a plumbing permit?
13. Who can do electrical work?
14. How often must I have my apartment inspected?