Sunshine Law Requests
Missouri Open Records Law, Chapter 610, RSMo, also known as the Sunshine Law, requires governmental agencies to conduct business in a manner open and accessible to all citizens. This law stipulates that governmental agencies shall make their records and meeting schedules available to the public.
Requests may be mailed, faxed or e-mailed to the custodian of records. For tracking purposes, please identify that the request is a Sunshine Law request.
In addition, meeting schedules will be available at least 24 hours in advance and notices will be posted at the meeting site.
For a complete review and copy of the law, visit http://www.ago.mo.gov/missouri-law/sunshine-law.