Who is the Public Records Officer?
The public records officer for the City of Dayton is Trina Cole, City Clerk-Treasurer. If you would like to request public records that are not available on this website, you may complete a Public Record Request form and submit it to the City Clerk-Treasurer.
Where do I submit my request?
You can submit your request by mail or in-person at:
City of Dayton
111 S. 1st Street
Dayton, WA 99328
How long before I can expect a response from the City?
City of Dayton has five (5) business days in which to respond to your request by:
- Providing an inspection and/or copy(s) of the information requested; or
- Written response acknowledging the receipt of the request and a reasonable estimate of the time in which a record will be made available; or
- Denial of the request. If said request is denied, a written statement will accompany the denial setting out specific reasons for the denial as prescribed by RCW 42.17.310(1).
How much will the City charge for copies of the public records?
There is a $ .15 per page charge for paper records of more than ten (10) pages.
What if I have additional questions regarding public records?