Records Requests Accepted by mail, fax, email, or in person.


 Questions Contact our Public Records Officers:
 Rachel Pitzel, CMC
Jill Schwerzler-Herrera

 Edgewood City Hall 
 2224 104th Avenue E.
 Edgewood, WA 98372
 Office: (253) 952-3299  
Fax: (253) 952-3537 
Email or

After placing your request...

Within five business days of receipt of your request we will do one of the following: 
*Make the records available for inspection/copying
*Send copies to requestor if payment has been received
*Provide a reasonable estimate when records will be available
*Contact requestor to obtain clarification on request
*Deny the request citing reason for denial


1) Inspection of records at City Hall  No fee 
2) 8-1/2 x 11”, 8-1/2” x 14” & 11” x 17” B&W Copies $ 0.15 per page 
4) Scanned copies $ 0.10 per page 
5) Scanned documents: greater than 11” x 17” $ 0.50 per page 
6) Electronic Files or attachments to an email $ 0.05 per every 4 
7) Records transmitted in electronic format $ 0.10 per gigabyte 
8) Digital Storage Media Device (CD/DVD, flashdrive) actual cost 
9) Outside Vendor actual cost 
10) Envelope / Postage actual cost 
11) Customized Service Charge * actual cost
12) GIS Maps see Fee Schedule for price detail 
As an alternative to any fees imposed in the city’s fee schedule, the city may charge a flat fee of $2.00, if it reasonably estimates that the total fees otherwise incurred would exceed $2.00. For a request processed in installments, this flat fee covers the cost of all installments. The City of Edgewood waives fees for production of records if production totals less than $1. Production of records does not include actual cost of digital storage media device, envelope, and postage.

Exempt from Disclosure

The Public Records Act and other statutes, list types of documents (RCW 42.56) from public inspection and copying. City of Edgewood will NOT disclose lists of individuals for commercial purposes. If only a portion of a record is exempt  from disclosure, the Public Records Officer or designee will redact the exempt portions before providing the document.

Special Considerations

If a requestor has not reviewed or claimed records within 30 days of notice that records are available or fails to make payment, the Public Records Officer may close the request. If requested records contain information that may affect rights of others, before providing the records, the Public Records Officer or designee may give notice and allow time for action by the other parties. After a request has been filled, If the Public Records Officer becomes aware of additional documents existing at the time of the request, these will be provided to the requestor on an expedited basis.

Police Records

City of Edgewood does not maintain police records. Please address requests for police records to the Pierce County Sheriff's Office South Sound 911 or click on the link at the top of this page.  

Please Note

Some public records are currently available on the City’s website at no cost:
Agendas/Meeting Minutes
Comprehensive Plan