The Office of the City Clerk provides this easy to use service to request public records. Please let us know if you have any suggestions or comments about using this form. The online form is located below.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

   How do I make a Public Records Request?
   Requests pursuant to the California Public Records Act may be submitted by using the Online Request Form appearing below or may be submitted to:


City Clerk's Office
City of Corona
400 S. Vicentia Avenue, Ste. 155
Corona, CA 92882

Written requests should include the following:

1. A statement that the letter is a request under the California Public Records Act.
2. A clear and specific description of the information you are searching for. Please provide dates, addresses, subjects, or titles of documents sought.

NOTE: Please visit the Police Department at 730 Public Safety Way, Corona CA 92880 to request records maintained by the Police Department.

IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ: Under the California Public Records Act, the City of Corona may decide that your request should be denied based on a determination that the record you are seeking is "exempt" from public disclosure. These exemptions include, but are not limited to: preliminary drafts, records pertaining to pending litigation to which the City is a party (until the pending litigation or claim has been settled); attorney-client work product; personnel, medical, or similar files, the disclosure of which would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy; test questions and scoring keys; initiative, referendum, and recall petitions.

   How long will it take to obtain the records?
   Records not exempt from disclosure will be made promptly available. Within 10 days of receiving a request for records, staff will determine whether the request, in whole or in part, seeks copies of disclosable records and will promptly notify the requestor of its determination and the reasons thereof. In unusual circumstances, it may be necessary to request a 14-day extension to provide a determination.

   How much does it cost for a record?
   Pursuant to City Council Resolution No. 2015-066, there is a 25¢ per page fee for standard size copies. Campaign filings and Statements of Economic Interests filed pursuant to the "Political Reform Act of 1974" will be charged at 10¢ per page, plus a $5.00 retrieval fee if the statements are five or more years old.

   Can I just review the records if neccessary?
   Except with respect to public records exempt from disclosure by express provisions of law, any person may request to either inspect or receive a copy of a public record. Access is allowed during normal business hours, which are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

   How can I find out if an address is within city limits?
   The Address Verification Tool can be used to determine if an address is within the city limits and is valid.
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