How do I make a Public Records Request?

Requests for records may be made in writing, email, telephone, fax, letter, or in-person to: Public Records Coordinator 222 West Main Street Pensacola, FL 32502 Telephone: 850-435-1715 Email: The requester(s) do not have to identify themselves or state the reason they desire the records. Although the public records act does not require that requests be submitted in writing, doing so provides real practical benefits to the requester by ensuring they have an accurate record of what they requested. When submitting a request, try to be as specific as possible. Rather than asking for all records over several years, consider starting with a narrow request and then make follow-up requests.

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1. What is the Public Records Act?
2. What is a public record?
3. How do I make a Public Records Request?
4. How quickly must the City provide the requested records?
5. Are there any fees or special charges for Public Records Requests?
6. What types of records are exempt from the Public Records Act?