Good government begins with engaged and informed citizens. The state of Ohio has laws and rules that strive to create transparency so that our residents can clearly see how their government operates.
Ohio’s Public Records and Open Meetings laws, collectively known as the “Sunshine Laws,” give Ohioans access to government meetings and records. You need to request public records from the state agency, board, or commission that holds that record.
Learn more about Ohio’s Sunshine Laws from the Ohio Attorney General’s office.