Public Record Request
To request records, you may email, call, write, fax or ask for the records in person.
Please make sure you submit a detailed description of the requested records/information.
Click here to download a Public Record Request Form for use in requesting public record documents.
Within five business days after receiving a request, we will:
- Provide the record(s); or
- Acknowledge your request and give you a reasonable estimate of how long it will take to respond; or
- Deny the request in writing, stating the reasons for the denial (this could also include a denial of part of your request and a granting of the remainder). As a public agency, we must cite the specific exemption from disclosure.
Once the records have been collected, they will be sent to you. Any records or portions of records that are exempt from disclosure will be redacted. We will specify the exemption that applies to any redactions.
We charge 15 cents a page for documents and the actual costs for duplicating audiotapes, videotapes, photographs, and computer diskettes, according to state law (RCW 42.56.070 (7) and (8) and RCW 42.56.120)