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Public Records Requests
Our public-records policy
It is the policy of the executive branch of the State of Alabama to promptly provide citizens with public records upon request, subject to their payment of reasonable fees, to applicable laws protecting sensitive information, and to the interest of the general public in having the business of government carried on efficiently and without undue interference.
Submitting a public-records request
You may submit a public-records request by completing a public-records request form, which is available here.
Please note that this form is only for requesting public records from the Office of the Governor. If you are looking for public records from another governmental entity within the State of Alabama, you may wish to visit an online directory of Alabama state agencies, Alabama municipalities or Alabama counties to find the entity best suited to assist you.
You may submit your Office of the Governor public-records request by emailing it to [email protected].
What to expect
We strive to respond as promptly as possible to all public-records requests we receive consistent with the demands of our functions as determined by state law.
The nature of your request will dictate how promptly we respond. If your request very clearly identifies a specific, discrete document you are looking for, we will respond more quickly than if your request requires substantial staff time to process. A request will require substantial staff time to process if it requires difficulty in identifying and retrieving documents or taking measures to redact or otherwise withhold legally protected information.
In addition, we are permitted by state law to charge reasonable fees in connection with processing public-records requests. We will notify you in advance of the fees you likely will incur as a result of your request.
You may contact our public-records coordinator at [email protected].