Public Records Request

By submitting this form electronically, we can better track your request and respond more efficiently.  Please note the following:

“2-6-1006. Public information requests — fees. (1) A person may request public information from a public agency. A public agency shall make the means of requesting public information accessible to all persons.
(2) Upon receiving a request for public information, a public agency shall respond in a timely manner to the requesting person by:
     (a) making the public information maintained by the public agency available for inspection and copying by the requesting person; or
     (b) providing the requesting person with an estimate of the time it will take to fulfill the request if the public information cannot be readily identified and gathered and any fees that may be charged pursuant to subsection (3).
(3) A public agency may charge a fee for fulfilling a public information request. Except where a fee is otherwise provided for by law, the fee may not exceed the actual costs directly incident to fulfilling the request in the most cost-efficient and timely manner possible. The fee must be documented. The fee may include the time required to gather public information. The public agency may require the requesting person to pay the estimated fee prior to identifying and gathering the requested public information.
(4) A public agency is not required to alter or customize public information to provide it in a form specified to meet the needs of the requesting person.
(5) If a public agency agrees to a request to customize a records request response, the costs of the customization may be included in the fees charged by the agency.
[(6) omitted as pertaining only to the secretary of state]. 
            History: En. Sec. 4, Ch. 348, L. 2015.”

We may contact you to clarify your request.  We will notify you and request prepayment of estimated costs when those costs reach a threshold determined in the following Schedule of Costs

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