GRAMA stands for Government Records Access and Management Act. The legislative intent of GRAMA is to balance the public’s right to access public records with the individual’s right of privacy in relation to those records. The public has the right to easy and reasonable access to unrestricted government records. The GRAMA request is an avenue to access those unrestricted government records.What is the process?
There are a few different ways to submit a GRAMA request. The one most often used is the GRAMA request form found on our webpage. The first step is to tell us what records you want. Next, let us know if you want a copy of the records or, if you want to just review the records requested. If you want a copy of the records, there is typically a cost associated with gathering and copying the records. Let us know the maximum fee you are willing to pay. State law gives us very specific guidelines regarding how much we are able to charge. If you believe the records in question are restricted, check the appropriate box detailing why you believe you have access to the restricted record. Finally, please give us your name, mailing address, daytime phone number, the date, and your signature.How do I submit a GRAMA request?
Once the GRAMA request form has been completed, you can submit your request by
Email to: email@example.com with a subject line of GRAMA REQUEST
Weber County Assessor
Attn: John Ulibarri
2380 Washington Blvd #380
Ogden, UT 84401
We will typically issue a response to a GRAMA request within ten (10) business days from the date we receive the request. If the request will take longer than ten days, we will notify you that additional time is required to comply with your request and an estimate of the additional time needed.
Please feel free to contact our office at 801-399-8572 if you have any additional questions or concerns.