You can file a Right-to-Know request in four ways:
- U.S. Mail
- In Person
Make sure your request for records is specific and concise. Identify the records you want as specifically as you can, so that an agency can quickly locate them and determine whether they are public record.
Don’t ask questions. The RTKL is designed to provide access to records; it does not require agencies to answer questions.
Filing a request is always free, but you may be required to pay certain fees before receiving or inspecting your records.
For the Right-to-Know Form, click here.