The City does not retaliate against you for filing a grievance and does not permit retaliation by its officers or employees. Please notify the ADA/504 Coordinator of any retaliation. What can I do if I am not satisfied with the initial investigation?
If you are not satisfied with the response you may submit an appeal within 15 business days of your receipt of the response to the City Manager, stating the reasons for the appeal. An alternate means of filing an appeal, such as personal interviews or audio recording of the appeal, will be made available for people with disabilities upon request.
Within 20 business days after receipt of the appeal, the City Manager, or his designee, will meet with the grievant to discuss a resolution. Within 20 business days after the meeting, the City Manager, or his designee, will respond with a final resolution.
You may file your appeal at the following address:
City of Signal Hill ATTN: ADA/504 Coordinator 2175 Cherry Avenue Signal Hill, CA 90755
If you are not satisfied with the results of the appeal, you may file a complaint with the appropriate agency or department of the State or Federal government. Contact the U.S. Department of Justice or the California Department of Justice Civil Rights Division for information about how to file a complaint with these agencies.
Using this grievance procedure is not a prerequisite to pursuing any of your other remedies. However, in the interest of a prompt resolution of the grievance, the City encourages you to use this procedure in addition to any other available alternatives you may choose.