Welcome to the City’s public records portal. Our goal is to provide prompt and efficient access to records in accordance with the California Public Records Act.
HOW DO I MAKE A PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST?
Please visit the City’s Public Records Portal to submit your request or find frequently requested documents, such as City Council resolutions, ordinances, and meeting minutes.
Are you requesting planning, building & safety or other property-related records? CLICK HERE to verify the property address is within the City limits prior to submitting your request.
WHO CAN REQUEST DOCUMENTS?
Any person may request to inspect or receive a copy of a public record (excluding records exempt from disclosure by law).
When completing your request, be as specific as possible and provide a description of the record(s) being requested. Include information such as the project name, property address and type of record sought, along with the time period covering the requested record(s).
WHEN WILL I RECEIVE A RESPONSE TO MY REQUEST?
Under the law, the City has ten days to determine whether the request seeks disclosable records in possession of the City and under certain circumstances, the time for the City to respond may be extended. In such a case, you will be notified with an estimate of the date disclosable records will be available.
Approved on October 11, 2015, Senate Bill 272 adds a section to the California Public Records Act requiring local agencies to create and make available online a catalog of enterprise systems. This catalog must be made public upon request and be posted in a prominent location on the local agency’s website and cities will need to update the public data annually.
CLICK HERE for the City of La Puente Catalog of Enterprise Systems