Right to Know form

 

In accordance with the Pennsylvania Right-To-Know Law (Act 3 of 2008), The Municipality of Norristown is responsible for ensuring that residents have access to public records. 

 

The Right-To-Know Law guarantees the right of residents to access, view, and obtain copies of public records in the possession of state and local government agencies. The Law defines a “record” as “information, regardless of physical form, that documents a transaction or activity of an agency and that is created, received or retained pursuant to law or in connection with a transaction, business, or activity of the agency.”

 

To learn more about what records can be requested and about the types of information exempt from the Right-To-Know Law, meaning that they cannot be requested, view our downloadable Right-To-Know Request Form.

 


Your RTK Request Details:


Records Requested

*Provide as much specific detail as possible so we may identify the information

Request submitted by:


 

Do you want copies? $.25/per page

 

Do you want to inspect the records?

 

Do you want certified copies of records? $5.00/per page

 

Right to know officer:



 

PLEASE NOTE:

The Right-To-Know Law grants the Municipality FIVE (5) Business Days to respond upon receiving your request. Should the Municipality find it necessary, a THIRTY (30) day extension may be allotted to the agency for additional time to respond to your request.

 

Right-To-Know Resources:

Right To Know Form

PA Office of Open Records

Citizens' Guide to RTK Law

 

Municipality of Norristown
235 East Airy Street
Norristown, PA 19401

Phone: 610-272-8080
Fax: 610-275-0687

info@norristown.org


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