City facilities have been closed to the public effective March 18, 2020. The City remains committed to serving our residents and members of the public. Staff will continue to provide essential services via phone, email or online. Dependent on your request, City Clerk staff will make every effort to provide services electronically.
The California Public Records Act grants the general public access to the City’s information. State law also provides certain categories of records to be exempt from public disclosure, such as personnel records and records related to current litigation.
Public records can be viewed at City Hall Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
To receive a copy of any public record, please submit a Public Records Request online, retrieve from the public records digital archive, or submit a request to the city clerk’s office. Staff will respond to your request within 10 days, and will notify you if the request is exempt from public disclosure.
Inspecting public records at City Hall is free, but if requesting paper copies there is a fee of $0.50 for the first page and $0.15 for each additional page.