Public Records


Brenda Hunt
Public Records Officer
200 E. Fremont Street
Monroe, WA 98272

Email: huntb@monroe.wednet.edu

Phone: (360) 804.2519

Fax: (360) 804.2529

Public Records Request Form

Response to Requests

Within five business days of receiving a public records request, we will respond in one of the following ways:

  • Provide the records
  • Provide a reasonable estimate of the time necessary to respond to the request
  • Contact the requestor to clarify the request
  • Deny request and cite why it was denied

If the record requested contains information exempt from disclosure, the district will produce as much of the record as possible with the exempt portions redacted and include a written explanation of the redaction.

Washington State Law

RCW 42.56.580 Public Records Officers

  1. Each state and local agency shall appoint and publicly identify a public records officer whose responsibility is to serve as a point of contact for members of the public in requesting disclosure of public records and to oversee the agency's compliance with the public records disclosure requirements of this chapter. A state or local agency's public records officer may appoint an employee or official of another agency as its public records officer.
  2. For state agencies, the name and contact information of the agency's public records officer to whom members of the public may direct requests for disclosure of public records and who will oversee the agency's compliance with the public records disclosure requirements of this chapter shall be published in the state register at the time of designation and maintained thereafter on the code reviser web site for the duration of the designation.

  3. For local agencies, the name and contact information of the agency's public records officer to whom members of the public may direct requests for disclosure of public records and who will oversee the agency's compliance within the public records disclosure requirements of this chapter shall be made in a way reasonably calculated to provide notice to the public, including posting at the local agency's place of business, posting on its internet site, or including in its publications.