According to data collected from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, twice as many highway deaths occur in rural areas making them twice as dangerous as their urban counterparts. There is a false sense of security when driving on rural roads because of the lack of traffic and distractions common to city areas leading to higher speeds and lack of vehicle control.
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The public records request fill-in form can be found here or is available at the County Executive’s Office, Suite 108 of the County Courthouse, 311 Grand Avenue, Bellingham, WA.
Go to this site for information on how to acquire various types of public records.
Access records including birth and death certificates, marriage licenses, deeds, maps, and records filed with the Spokane County Superior Court.
Records are made available to the public in accordance with the Public Records Act. Requests for Sheriffs Public Records can be submitted via mail, in person, online, email, or fax (425-388-3939).
Utilize the Advanced Record Search Options at this site to locate public records of all types.
San Juan County government is dedicated to making information and official documents available to the public as quickly and easily as possible. You will find many information resources and documents available for review and download from this web site.
Many public records are available on the County's website. Below is a list of records or information and where to find it. The list also includes frequently requested documents from other local agencies. To request access to public records that are not available on-line, view the instructions for making a records request.
Pacific County's mission is to respond to all Public Records Request in accordance with RCW 42.56 and provide the public with the fullest assistance necessary to obtain the documents they are in search of.
You can make your request in person at our Shelton office or our North Precinct in Belfair, by Electronic Mail, or you may download our request form and mail or bring your completed form to one of our offices. Inspection is free. Copies are subject to applicable county fees and the information provided is restricted from commercial use (RCW 42.56.070).
Open files may be reviewed by the public at the Clerk's Office on the 2nd floor of the Law & Justice Center. Photocopies of documents are available for $0.50 per page. Certified copies are available for $5.00 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional page per document. Certified copies must include the entire document.
This mapping system provides access to numerous data layers for Klickitat County including Roads, Parcels, Waterways, Utilities, Various District Boundaries, a Topographic Map, and Aerial Photos.
Klickitat County government is organized into separate departments and offices of independently elected officials and department heads. Each department and office is a "local agency" responsible for its own records under the definition found in RCW 42.176.220(1). There is no central office with access and responsibility to maintain and control all records. You can make any request you have for public records by writing to the specific office department head involved. The request should identify the particular record desired with enough specificity so it can be located. Individual county departments may have specific public record request forms available. Copies of the records shall be made at the costs indicated in KCC 1.36.40.
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