The California Public Records Act (the CPRA - Government Code §6250) declares that access to information concerning the conduct of the people’s business is a fundamental and necessary right of every person. In the spirit of the CPRA, it is the policy of the Orange County Sanitation District to permit access to disclose public records in the possession of the District, unless doing so calls for the production of records that are exempt from disclosure under the CPRA.
Under the Act, the District is entitled to be reimbursed by the Requestor for the direct costs of duplication. The District has, however, made a policy determination not to charge the Requestor for the first ten (10) pages.
If a Public Records Act request calls for the production of records in excess of ten (10) pages, then the Requestor shall be required to pay ten cents per page for each additional page, which shall be reimbursement of the District's direct costs for duplication. The charge to the Requestor for copies of videotapes, audiotapes, or compact disc recordings shall be the District's actual cost of reproduction.
Submit your request via fax (714) 593-7777.
Questions? Contact Javitta Malone, Records Management Specialist at (714) 593-7129.