Public records maintained by the City of Coronado shall be available for inspection and copying during the regular business hours of 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8 am to 5 pm. Friday, except for state and federal holidays.
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The City of Coronado Request for Public Records Form is to be filled out by the Requestor. Requests must be focused and specific, and must reasonably describe identifiable records (Government Code Section 6253). If the request requires clarification, City staff will assist you in making a focused and effective request.
The requestor then submits the Request for Public Records to the City Clerk who will coordinate the response with the appropriate City department(s).
(Government Code Section 6253(c) You will be notified within ten days whether your request seeks copies of disclosable public records in the possession of this agency. The City will provide the copies or the inspection of records at the earliest opportunity consistent with the staff workload.
The City may invoke a 14-calendar day extension of time to determine whether to comply with your request if there is a need to:
Physical inspection of the records shall be permitted within the department's offices and under the conditions determined by the department.
Pursuant to the City of Coronado's Fee Schedule, the following charges will be charged: $0.05 for each page. Payment must be made prior to production of copies.
The City may refuse to disclose certain categories of records which are confidential and generally not subject to disclosure under the Public Records Act (Government Code Section 6254-6255). These include, but are not limited to: