Public Records Requests
Records Available for Public Review
City records are available for public review and copies may be requested and obtained unless specifically exempted by state statute. To review records not on our website, please complete a public records request form (see below) so that we may schedule a time for you to come in to view the documents or to obtain copies. Many records are now available online through the Laserfiche document repository.
Records Available Online (Please note that there are a limited number of viewers at any one time in Laserfiche. If you receive a message the records are not available, refresh the page and/or try again later.)
Submit a Public Records Request
Download a public records request form. or submit it online. (Please remember this is a request for documents.)
||City of Spokane Valley
Attn: City Clerk
11707 E. Sprague Avenue, Suite 106
Spokane Valley, WA 99206
Any person wishing to inspect or have copies of public records, should make the request in writing on the City's public record request form, or by letter, fax, or e-mail addressed to the public records officer (City Clerk), or by telephone or in person.
|Up to six pages, black & white copies, 8.5x11 sheet
|Seven or more pages, black & white copies 8.5x11 sheet
||$.15 per page
|Electronic copies (emailed if document is already electronic)
||No charge for 10 or fewer pages faxed locally
|Envelope, CD, DVD, Tapes, Large documents, etc.
||Actual cost (see Request Form or 2.75 Municipal Code)
More about Public Records Requests
In 1972, Washington voters adopted Initiative 276, which requires that most records maintained by state, county, and city governments be made available to members of the public for inspection and copying. The Public Disclosure statutes are primarily located in Chapter 42.56 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW), and are sometimes referred to as the "Public Records Act" or "Sunshine Laws."