The City of Fullerton understands and supports the public’s right to access public records created and maintained by the City in the normal course of business. The City strives to provide service in a transparent manner, including timely access to requested records in accordance with the California Public Records Act (CPRA), California Government Code Sections 6250 and 6270.
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Fullerton Municipal Code
The Municipal Code is the collection of laws of the jurisdiction passed by a local governing body by adopting ordinances or by citizens voting in favor of a measure at an election. The City periodically updates the code with recently adopted ordinances. The landing page for the Municipal Code indicates the most recent update. To view ordinances not yet codified, click here.
Enterprise Systems Catalog (SB 272)
An enterprise system is a software application or computer system that collects, stores, exchanges and analyzes information collected about the public and/or serves as an original source of data.
If you are unable to locate a record, please select one of the links below to submit a Request for Public Records. The City will respond to your request as quickly as possible but in no later than ten days, as required by state law. Per the City of Fullerton fee schedule, the City will charge 15 cents per reproduced page.