Public Records Request Form

The California Public Records Act was enacted in 1968 to: 1) safeguard the accountability of government to the public; 2) promote maximum disclosure of the conduct of governmental operations; and 3) explicitly acknowledge the principle that secrecy is antithetical to a democratic system of "government of the people, by the people and for the people."

If you would like to request access to public records, please review our Access to Public Records policy and complete the attached Application for Inspection of Public Records.