The Washington State Public Records Act is the vehicle by which the general public may obtain access to the documents and information of Washington state government, defined as all records generated and maintained by state and local government agencies.
Online information from the Washington State Attorney General describes which records are available and how to request them.
Also detailed are those records which are exempted from disclosure and the process to be followed in the event a request for records is denied.
Washington entered the union in 1889 as the 42nd state and got its name from the first U. Search current public records for Washington quickly and easily.
Find out about criminal history records from the Washington State Patrol office.
You may also review crime statistics for the state.
The State Department of Health will help you acquire birth, death, marriage or divorce certificates.
Learn about the Washington state courts, jury information and court case records.
See how the residents of the state live by examining data on housing and real estate, demographics and employment.
Explore the business possibilities by studying the statistics on firms and companies of Washington.
Check out the workings of the governing bodies of the counties and discover what services and local attractions the cities in Washington state have to offer.
Scan the interesting headlines and current events occurring in Washington at the moment.