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The Public Information Act

Rights of Requestors

You have the right to:

  • Prompt access to information that is not confidential or otherwise protected;
  • Receive treatment equal to all other requestors, including accommodation in accordance with ADA requirements;
  • Receive certain kinds of information without exceptions, like the voting records of public officials or information related to the receipt, expenditure or estimated need for public funds, and other items;
  • Receive a statement of estimated charges, when charges exceed $40, in advance of work being started and opportunity to renegotiate the request if charges are too high;
  • Choose whether to inspect the requested information (most often at no charge), receive copies of the information or both;
  • A waiver or reduction of charges if the governmental body determines that access to the information primarily benefits the general public;
  • Notice when the governmental body asks the Office of the Attorney General for a ruling on whether the information can be withheld under one of the accepted exceptions;
  • Lodge a complaint about charges for public records with the General Services Commission and a complaint related to other possible violations with the county attorney, criminal district attorney or Office of the Attorney General.

Procedures to Obtain Information

  • Submit a written request (mail, fax, email or in person) according to governmental body's reasonable procedures.
  • Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the governmental body to accurately identify and locate the items requested.
  • Cooperate with the governmental body's reasonable efforts to clarify the type or amount of information requested.

Information to be released

  • You may review it promptly, and if it cannot be produced within 10 working days the public information officer will notify you in writing of the reasonable date and time when it will be available.
  • Keep appointments to inspect records or pick up copies or risk losing the opportunity to see the information.

To request information from LINK TRANSIT:

You may send your written request

By mail to: 
Link Transit
Re: Public Information Request
2700 Euclid Avenue
Wenatchee, WA 98801

By email to:

In person at: 
Link Transit
2700 Euclid Avenue
Wenatchee, WA 98801

For questions or instructions: 


To file a complaint:
For complaints regarding failure to release public information you may contact the Office of the Washington State Attorney General, call 1-800-551-4636 or 1-800-833-6384 for the hearing impaired. Our call centers are open 10 AM to 3 PM M-F.

Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
For paratransit (LinkPlus) information, Agency ADA Coordinator.

Special accommodations:
If you need special accommodations, please call 509-662-1155.