The Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) is a series of laws designed to guarantee that the public has access to the records of government bodies at all levels in Colorado. The law was first enacted in 1969. Most records are public and open for inspection.
The Town may require and collect a 50% advance deposit of estimated research, retrieval, and copy fees for any public record requests that will take significant staff time and resources to complete.
The Town of Eagle will respond to records requests within three working days (per CRS 24-72-203) or, in the case of extenuating circumstances, the response period may be extended by seven working days.