The New Jersey Open Public Records Act established two items important to people seeking local, county or state government information. First, it provided a definition of what is considered a public government record. Second, it established a process with timeframes for making formal requests for government records. The following information below is provided for people seeking to make an OPRA request for Princeton governmental records.
How do I request a public record
Where do I send Requests for Princeton Public records?
OPRA Request can be sent to the Princeton Clerks Office, 400 Witherspoon Street, Princeton NJ 08540. Requests can also be faxed to 609-688-2031.
Printed Documents such as agendas, minutes, budget worksheets and presentations, contracts, bills, vouchers
Books, Maps and Photographs
Tape and Video Recordings
Computer Records and E-Mail
Electronically Stored Information
Where a record does not exist and one must be created to respond to a request.Information that would jeopardize security.
If the record is electronic, the municipality is not obligated to provide the software to view the record.Personal Information such as social security number, driver license number, unlisted phone number