Utah Code § 63G-2-204 (GRAMA) requires a person making a records request furnish the governmental entity
with a written request containing the requester’s name, mailing address, daytime telephone number (if available); and a
description of the record requested that identifies the record with reasonable specificity.
The more specific and narrow the request, the easier it will be for an agency or office to respond to the request. If
you are unsure about the records’ description, contact the agency or office records officer
Government keeps records in “series” or groups of records. To find out what series an agency or office maintains,
visit the Archives’ website, http://archives.utah.gov. The record series retention schedules on the Archives’ website
include relevant descriptions.
Description of records including all relevant information—location of event(s) described in records, city,
county, address; date range of the records; names of the person(s); and subject of the request.
Note: If the record has a restricted access, GRAMA provides that certain individuals may still receive access.
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