Pursuant to the Governor Proclamation 20-28 , agencies must still respond to Public Record Requests during the COVID-19 outbreak, HOWEVER
The proclamation temporarily suspends PRA language requiring agencies to provide an ability for the public to conduct PRA business at an agency office, in-person, such as in-person inspection of records or in-person submission of PRA requests.
The proclamation also temporarily suspends the PRA requirement that agency offices must be open for public inspection and copying of public records for a minimum of 30 hours per week.
The proclamation also temporarily suspends the PRA requirement that agencies respond to PRA requests within five business days.
Public Records Requests
Many public records are available on our website. Please click on the applicable agency below for records available online.
For access to Mason County public records which are not available online, please fill out the Public Records Request Form and send to the applicable agency listed below.
If you are unsure of the agency, check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
Refer to Mason County’s Public Records Policy regarding the inspection and copying of public records.
To view the information available from these departments, click on the links above.