Use the links below to find a variety of public records online. If you are unable to find records you are looking for online, please click the How to Submit A Request tab.
Online Records Portal
Use for minutes, ordinances and resolutions.
Additional Documents Available:
- Annual Budget
- Annual Budget Archive
- Building Permit Reports
- Capital Improvement Program Annual Report- most recent
- Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) - most recent
- Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) Archive
- Code of Ordinances
- Council Agenda Archive
- Fee Schedule
- Current Health Scores
- Health Permits Issued
|In accordance with the Texas Public Information Act, all requests for public information must be made in writing and should identify:
1) the records needed; and,
2) provide the requester's contact information such as mailing address, phone number, or email.
For online open records requests, use the links to the right. Upon receipt the city will begin processing your request in the order received. Requests should be for documents, or other information that is already in existence.
Submit an Open Records Request
|The City of Allen is not required to answer questions, perform legal research, or comply with a continuing request to supply information on a periodic basis. The City of Allen may ask for clarification of requests to determine specifically what records are needed. Some records of the City of Allen may be exempt from disclosure as provided by law.
You may also submit written requests in person at the City Secretary's Office, 3rd Floor of Allen City Hall, 305 Century Parkway, Allen, Texas 75013; by fax to 214.509.4118, or via email.
Check My Request Status
State law allows the city to designate a person that is authorized to receive email or faxed requests for open records. If a city makes such a designation, the Open Records Act is only activated if the request is directed to the assigned individual. Resolution No. 2468-12-05(R) designates the City Secretary as the public information officer for the City of Allen.
State law allows the city to recover costs associated with open records requests. These are set rates through the Texas Administrative Code. See: Charges Associated with Open Records Requests