The City of St. Louis Sunshine Law/Public Record Policy reads:
WHEREAS, SECTION 610.023.1, RSMo, provides that a public governmental body is to appoint a custodian to maintain that body’s records and the identity and location of the custodian is to be made available upon request; and
WHEREAS, SECTION 610.026, RSMo, sets forth that a public governmental body shall provide access to and, upon request, furnish copies of public records; and
WHEREAS, SECTION 610.028.2, RSMo, provides that a public governmental body shall provide a reasonable written policy in compliance with sections 610.010 to 610.030, RSMo, commonly referred to as the Sunshine Law, regarding the release of information on any meeting, record or vote.
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Identify the appropriate custodian to submit your request.
There is one Custodian of Records for the entire City except for the St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) and the development agencies it supports. Use this email form to submit a request to SLDC and the development agencies it supports.
Custodian of Records for the City of St. LouisCathy Smentkowski, Public Information Officer,
Department Of Public Safety (Director's Office)
1200 Market Street, Room 401, City Hall,
St. Louis, Mo 63103
The fees to be charged for access to or furnishing copies of records shall be in compliance with section 610.026, RSMo.
What to Expect
The designated custodians shall respond to all requests for access to or copies of a public record in possession of the department or division within the time period provided by statute except in those circumstances authorized by statute.
The City shall comply with sections 610.010 to 610.030, RSMo, the Sunshine Law, as now existing or hereinafter amended.