Public Records Request

The California Public Records Act (PRA), Government Code Section 6250 et seq., provides the public with important rights to obtain access to records held by public agencies in the state. In accordance with the PRA, the City has ten calendar days to notify the person requesting public records whether it has disclosable records responsive to the request and the estimated date of when the records will be available.

There is no fee for making a public records request. The City may, however, charge for the cost of duplication if a requester wishes to have a physical copy of records.

Requests may be made as follows:

  • Online Submission – Electronic submissions require an email address to be issued a tracking number to check status of your request
  • In Writing – Submit completed Public Document Request form in person or by mail to the City Clerk’s office at City Hall

Check Status of Request - Have your tracking number available to check status

Online Records Library - Please note that City Council and City Commission meeting agendas, staff reports and minutes are available via the online Records Library.