Please join the City Council Meeting on Monday, December 11, as we swear in the new Mayor. Read the agenda here and Zoom here.

Request For Public Records

In accordance with the California Public Records Act, most City records are considered public records. Anyone can view or get a copy of a public record in the City’s possession, with certain exceptions, by submitting a Public Records Act Request to the City Clerk by email, regular mail, phone, or by completing the form below.

The City must respond to Public Records Act Requests within a specific timeframe, as defined by law.

If you would like to receive paper copies of public records, there is a nominal fee to cover the cost to the City.

Public Records Request Form

Your Name
Please be as specific and detailed as possible.
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