We encourage you to use our "Public Records Request Form" when making a request. This will ensure we can process your request without delays to obtain additional information. To use the form, select one of the following options:
You may also make your request in person at our office during working hours, by telephone, or by electronic mail, but please provide complete information to avoid unnecessary delays.
Because we practice prudent expenditure of taxpayer funds, we employ only a small part-time staff, so office hours are limited. Processing of requests will begin the next business day after the receipt of electronic requests (email, telephone or fax) or the business day we receive mailed requests.
Within five (5) business days of receiving a public records request, MCPHD2's public record officer (or appointed representative) will respond by either (1) providing the record; (2) acknowledging the request has been received and providing a reasonable estimate of time required to respond to the request; (3) denying the request.
For large records requests, a fee may charged for copying or producing information as per RCW 42.56.120.