Pennsylvania Right-to-Know (RTKL)


Pennsylvania’s Right-To-Know Law (RTKL) allows individuals to obtain public records from the state government. The full text of our state’s Right to Know Law can be found here. (You will be redirected to an official state document.)

To help maintain your privacy and to keep our site secure, we do not store information you submit to us permanently on our website. However, we advise caution when using online communication services. Any information you submit via our contact forms will be transmitted to us via email. It is suggested that users who are concerned about the safety of trasnmitting information over the web refrain from submitting compromising information.

Any request that is not filed using this specific form will be denied.

If you haven’t already, download and fill out a copy of the PA Standard Right-To-Know Law Request Form from www.openrecords.pa.gov. You can submit this form to us via this form or in person.

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    Right-To-Know Law Form (attach as .PDF, .DOC, or .DOCX)*