Public Records Act Request

If you prefer to submit your request via mail or in person, please download, the PUBLIC RECORDS ACT REQUEST FORM then submit it to the Executive Assistant via one of the following options:

  • If you would like to submit your request online, please complete the form below.
  • Fax: (909) 337-3145
  • Mail: LACSD, Attention Public Records Act Request, PO Box 700, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352
  • In Person: District Office, 27307 Highway 189, Blue Jay, CA 92317 (across from the Blue Jay Movie Theater)

Requests for information by Board Members and members of the public and most written responses to these requests will be posted here. If and when a written response to a request for information is extremely lengthy and/or not practical to post on the website, District staff will post an appropriate explanation.

LACSD does not issue building or solar permits. If you are seeking these types of records, please contact the County of San Bernardino.

01Public Records Act Request Form

This form is used by the Lake Arrowhead Community Services District (the District) to process requests for public records made pursuant to the California Public Records Act (Cal. Gov. Code § § 7920.000- 7930.215). The District will respond in writing to your request within 10 days from receipt. Copies of records will only be released after reproduction costs have been paid (if applicable).

Description of Records Requested
Requestor Contact Information

LACSD uses your information to contact you in the event of questions and to advise you when your request is completed. Please note this form is subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Request Act.

Lake Arrowhead Community Services District Public Records

Lake Arrowhead Community Services District (District) is responsive to the public's need for information about the District and the business of District government. It is the goal of the District to provide services in a transparent manner, which includes timely access to requested records. Most importantly, the District understands and supports the publics' right to access the majority of the records created and maintained by the District during the course of normal business. District staff will assist in identifying responsive records by, as appropriate, describing relevant District records. The District has ten (10) days to respond to any request for public records; however, all requests will be filled as soon as possible. Should unusual circumstances exist, as provided in California Government Code Section 7922.580(a), the District may extend the time for a response by an additional fourteen (14) days. If an extension is warranted, the requestor will be notified.

What is a Record?

Per the California Public Records Act (CA GC 7920.00-7930.215): A "public record" includes any writing containing information relating to the conduct of the public's business prepared, owned, used or retained by the District regardless of physical form or characteristics. Records are not just printed or handwritten documents; they may be video recordings or information in a database. "Writing" means handwriting, typewriting, printing, photocopying, photographing, transmitting by electronic mail or facsimile, and every other means of recording upon any tangible thing, any form of communication or representation including letters, words, pictures, sounds or symbols, or any combination thereof, and any record thereby created, regardless of the manner in which the record has been stored.

What Records are Exempt from Disclosure? (Partial listing, for a full listing, see California Government Code Section7921.000)

Attorney-Client discussions are confidential, even if the agency is the client (§§ 7927.705, 7927.205, 7930.110).

Preliminary drafts, notes, and memos may be withheld only if: (1) they are "not the ordinary course of business" and (2) "the public interest in withholding clearly outweighs the public interest in disclosure."

Utility customer name, credit history, utility usage data, home address, or telephone number of utility customers of local agencies are exempt (§§ 7927.410).

Records concerning agency litigation are exempt until the claim is resolved or settled (§§7927.200, 7927.205).

Records not yet in existence: The CPRA covers only records that already exist, and an agency cannot be required to create a record, list, or compilation.


Access to view public records is free. Requestors may review the requested items during regular business hours at a time and place that will not disrupt day-to-day operations in the presence of a District employee at no charge. Records may be duplicated. Duplication fees, if applicable, must be paid prior to receiving copies of records.

Submitting the request

Public record requests may be submitted on the District’s website at or by fax (909) 337-3145, email at, USPS mail to LACSD, Attn: Public Records Act Request, P.O. Box 700, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352, or in person at the District Office, 27307 Hwy. 189, Blue Jay, CA 92317.

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