What types of records are exempt from the Public Records Act?
Personal bank account numbers, debit, charge and credit card numbers; social security numbers; work products related to preparation for collective bargaining negotiations; documents related to pending or threatened litigation; complaints relating to discrimination, discipline & employee performance while under investigation, if the complaint is inactive or the complaint is part of a court proceeding; sealed competitive bids or proposals until the City provides notice of a decision or within 10 days after bid opening (whichever is earlier); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers and photographs of active or former law enforcement personnel, firefighters, their spouses’ place of employment and names and locations of schools and day care facilities of their children are a few examples of exempt records.

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1. What is the Public Records Act?
2. What is a public record?
3. How do I make a Public Records Request?
4. How quickly must the City provide the requested records?
5. Are there any fees or special charges for Public Records Requests?
6. What types of records are exempt from the Public Records Act?