Are there fees involved in getting records?

Fees for public records are as follows:

  • Electronic Records - No charge
  • Single-sided copies - $0.15 each
  • Double-sided copies - $0.20 each
  • True Copy Certification (under Notary Seal) - $1 per certification
  • Postage - By weight and delivery type
  • Special charge - If a request requires extensive use of information technology resources or clerical or supervisory assistance or a review by legal staff, a special service charge may be imposed.

Records are not compiled in response to a public record request until payment has been received. You will be notified once estimated costs have been determined.

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1. How do I contact the SWA's Public Records Custodian?
2. What are public records?
3. How can I request a public record?
4. Are there fees involved in getting records?
5. When will I get the records?
6. Where can I find more information about public records?
7. What is the policy regarding email communication and public records requests?