Public Records

Requesting Public Records

It is the goal of the City Council to provide the citizens of Monroe with an effective and accountable municipal government. To reach this goal, the City of Monroe is dedicated to providing citizens with access to public records in an efficient manner while still fulfilling legal requirements.

Once you have submitted your request, you will receive a response within five business days. If the public records you requested are readily available, you may receive the requested material at that time. If your request is more complex or possibly contains confidential information, you will be informed of when your request will be available. See RCW 42.56, Public Records Act for more information.

For Police Department Records –

Police Records Division/Public Records Officer
Monroe Police Department

818 West Main Street
Monroe, WA 98272

Phone: 360-794-6300
Fax: 360-794-3129


Online request for Police Records

For City Hall Records (non-police) –

Elizabeth M. Adkisson, MMC
City Clerk/Public Records Officer

806 West Main Street
Monroe, WA 98272

Phone: 360-863-4538
Fax: 360-794-4007


Online request for Public Records (non-police)