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The King County Public Records Committee (PRC) advises the King County Council and the King County Executive on policy recommendations regarding public records, both electronic and paper-based.

Ordinance 15608, adopted in October 2006 called for the creation of a Public Records Committee to advise both the council and the King County Executive on policy recommendations regarding public records, including both paper and electronic records. The PRC meets as often as necessary but at least on a bi-annual basis and submits a report on its activities to both the King County Council and the King County Executive on March 1st of each year. The main goal of the PRC is to make programmatic and policy recommendations as to how King County can best manage, preserve and provide access to its public records.

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Upcoming Meetings:

September 10, 2019
October 22, 2019
December 3, 2019

Related Links

Records Management to help County employees manage their records
Public Records Program for access to public records