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If you have submitted an application from Monday, August 19th through Tuesday, August 20th please contact Human Resources at 574-2210 to verify your application has been received. We've experienced a bug that has potentially stopped your application from going through.
The issue has since been resolved, but you may need to submit another application. Thank you for your patience, and we are sorry for the inconvenience!
Public Records Request from Yakima County Human Resources
The following lists what information is available in Human Resources:
Making a request:
For your convenience you may click here to obtain the County’s Public Records Request Form.
All requests for public records must be documented by the requester on the request form or by letter, email or fax and must contain the following information:
The requester may (but is not required to) explain the purpose for which a record is requested. However, the department may ask the requestor to disclose information sufficient to allow the Public Records Officer or Lead to determine if a statute or other exemption prohibits disclosure.
The Public Records Officer or Lead will respond within five (5) business days of physical receipt of the request. The response will be in writing and will:
The County is not obligated to format or create documents that are not in existence. Reports may be run on information databases if the report is one that is commonly run as part of County business or if it would not be burdensome on the County. However, the County is not required to reformat or write code in order to create a program to retrieve and complete specific information or create documents that do not exist under the Public Records Act.
Many public records are available on the County’s website. The Public Records Officer or Lead may direct a requestor to the County’s website to fulfill a records request.
Please contact Human Resources at (509) 574-2210 if you need accommodation in completing a Public Records request.