Will I be charged a fee?
  1. For non-commercial use: For standardized and non-standardized format, SD1 may charge a reasonable fee based on the cost or reproduction, including cost of media (CD, DVD, etc.). For non-standardized format, SD1 may recover staff costs for non-standard copies made of open records requested for non-commercial purposes. Cost and charges shall apply in accordance with SD1’s Open Records Fee Schedule
  2. For commercial use: For open records used for commercial purposes, SD1 may change the cost of reproduction and creation of the open public records requested including cost of media, plus staff costs required to produce copies of public records. Cost and charges shall apply in accordance with SD1’s Open Records Fee Schedule

For non-commercial and commercial requests: If fees assessed are less than $5, SD1 will waive the fees.

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1. What is a public record?
2. How do I request a public record?
3. Will I be charged a fee?
4. Do I need to complete an open records request to view a map showing sanitary and/or storm water assets? ?
5. Do I have to complete an open records request to view billing records regarding my sanitary and/or storm accounts?
6. The open records request form asks if the purpose of the request is commercial or non-commercial. What does this mean?
7. How do I pay the fee?
8. What is the time frame for a response to my open records request?
9. What if I want to come in and inspect records?
10. What if I fail to inspect requested open records?
11. What if my request is denied?