The Texas Public Information Act (the "Act") gives the public the right to request access to government records. The Act is triggered when a person submits a written request to a governmental body. The request must ask for records or information already in existence.
The Act DOES NOT require a governmental body to:
Create New Information
Do Legal Research
The governmental body shall promptly respond to requests for information with either the records sought or some other form of notification no later than the 10th business day from which the request was received. A person may ask to view the information, get copies of the information, or both. If the request is for copies, the governmental body may charge for the copies.
How Do I Make A Request?
Online: Submit and track the status of your requests online by clicking on one of the following 3 options.
General - Submit a new request for records (all city departments, including police)
Police - (COMING SOON)
Lookup - Check the status of your records request.
Belinda Berg, City Secretary Cedar Hill Government Center 285 Uptown Boulevard Cedar Hill, TX 75104
Fax: (972) 291-5307
Cedar Hill Government Center 4th Floor - Administration 285 Uptown Boulevard Cedar Hill, TX 75104
If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact the City Secretary’s Office at (972) 291-5100, ext. 1011.
Please be advised: The City of Cedar Hill, Dallas County, is currently under an emergency declaration and many employees are working from home in an effort to avoid exposure and/or infection from a noval coronavirus - COVID-19.
Pursuant to section 552.233(b) of the Texas Government Code, the City of Cedar Hill has filed a Public Information Act Catastrophe Noticewith the Office of the Texas Attorney General.