Under the California Public Records Act, the public may review certain District records upon request. A request to review District records must reasonably identify the records sought for review in order to enable District staff to locate and make them available for review or copying.
The District will advise the requester within 10 calendar days after receiving a records request whether the District will provide the requested records. The District also will advise when the records will be available for review or how many estimated pages the document(s) are so payment ofr copies can be made. In certain cases, the District may extend the time to respond to a records request for up to 14 additional days. Also, certain District records are not considered public records and may be withheld from public review. For example, employee personal information is not a public record.
Public Records Request Form.pdf
If requested, the District will make photocopies of public records in accordance with Government Code section 6253(b). The copying charge is fiteen cents per page, which reflects the District’s direct costs. Payment is required before copies will be made. If the document is available electronically, the District will provided it via email at no charge; however, the District will not create a new electronic document.