The City of Saint Paul is committed to the extent possible or as required by law to provide accommodations to employees and job applicants who have a physical or psychological limitation, without regard to whether the employee is legally disabled. Thus, an accommodation to an employee or applicant does not mean that the employee is regarded as having a legal disability or has a legal disability. Individuals are to inform their supervisor or the appropriate department Accommodation Coordinator designee of their need for an accommodation and complete an Accommodation Request Form.

Individuals who are dissatisfied with the decision pertaining to his/her accommodation request may file an appeal with the HR Director for a final decision. Individuals who believe the decision is based on discriminatory reasons may file a complaint internally through the City’s Workplace Conduct Policy and Procedure. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS POLICY, PLEASE CONTACT: Office of Human Resources at 651-266-6500

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Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in a program, service, or activity of Saint Paul, can learn more information at the following link

Last Edited: March 22, 2023