Citation appeal process for not displaying disabled placard
- Complete, sign and submit a Request for Administrative Investigation Initial Review form at the Redondo Beach City Hall, 415 Diamond Street, Door E or by mail.
- You can print a copy of the Request for Administrative Investigation Initial Review here; or
- Call (310) 318-0617 to request a copy of the Request for Administrative Investigation Initial Review form by mail or FAX; or
- Obtain a form from the Parking Enforcement office at 415 Diamond Street, Door E.
- Provide a written statement on your Request for Administrative Investigation Initial Review form with a photocopy of your citation and any copies of any proof to support your appeal (e.g., a photocopy of your DP Placard and your DP identification card.) Explain the circumstances regarding your placard when the citation was issued.
- Send them to: City of Redondo Beach Parking Enforcement Citation Review, City of Redondo Beach, 415 Diamond Street, P.O. Box 270, Redondo Beach CA 90277.
- You may be contacted for additional information.
- Maintain copies of your Administrative Investigation Initial Review form and any documents/materials submitted to support your statement; materials submitted for review will not be returned.
- A hold will be placed on your citation upon receipt of the Request for Administrative Investigation Initial Review form.
- You should receive a response to your request for cancellation by mail within 21 calendar days.
- You may be required to pay an administrative fee of $25.00 even if the violation for the illegal parking in a disabled parking space is canceled. Please note if $25.00 administrative fee is not paid within 21 days, original penalty of citation will be reinstated.
- If the result of the Administrative Investigation Initial Review is that there are not grounds for cancellation, you may either pay the penalty to conclude the matter or request an Administrative Hearing.
- DP placards and vehicles with DP license plates valid at Pier parking structure, parking meters, and preferential permit parking locations. Disabled placards must be displayed hanging from the rear view window.