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New Open Records Request Process

Post Date:10/10/2018 4:00 PM
The City of Roswell is making transparent government more convenient for the public. You can now submit open records requests for both general public requests and police record requests through a user-friendly, online form, beginning Monday, Oct. 15, 2018.

Previously, an individual wanting to submit an open records request would either e-mail the City or download a paper form and submit it physically or electronically. Roswell City Clerk Marlee Press is excited to be able to offer a more convenient option for those requesting public records.

"The City's new system will help streamline the open records request process for citizens and improve efficiencies for staff—saving time, money and resources," she said.

The new system, called JustFOIA, was designed specifically by government technology solutions company MCCi to help manage and track public records requests and is now used by local government agencies throughout the country.

The new online form is available at
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