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Freedom of Information Act Requests (FOIA)

As of January 1, 2010, changes to the Freedom of Information Act went info effect. Please note the following:

- The new law changes the time for response to five business days.

- An extension of five business days is permitted under various circumstances.

- Those submitting a request for a commercial purpose must identify that purpose or be subject to statutory penalties. The Park District then has a reasonable period (up to 21 days) considering the size and complexity of the request to make them available.

- The request must be submitted in writing (although the use of a particular form is no longer required). A form is available for convenience.

- The Park District may provide records in an electronic format and must do so if available in such format and requested in that format.

- Fees are not charged for the first fifty pages of standard black and white copies. After the first 50 pages, the fee for black and white copies is $.15 per page unless the actual reproduction costs (for color or oversized copies, for example) are higher. A fee equal to the actual cost may be charged for such copies.

The formal system for processing FOIA requests includes the following:

Current officers are:
Jacki Stern 630-848-3502
Katie Sepe 630-848-3508
Sameera Luthman 630-848-3570
Ray McGury 630-848-3500
Becky Cooper 630-848-2139
Debbie Kretzmann 630-848-3605

- FOIA officer will note the date and time the request is received.

- FOIA officer will calculate the five-day response deadline and note it in writing on the request.

- All documents related to a request will be kept until it is complied with or denied.

- Files of all FOIA requests and the responses thereto will be maintained.

How to submit a FOIA request:
Please submit your request in writing to the Naperville Park District. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways:

- Delivered in person or via postal mail to the main Administrative Building at 320 W. Jackson Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540

- Via fax to: 630-848-5001

- Via e-mail to: info@napervilleparks.org

Questions regarding the FOIA process can be answered by calling the Naperville Park District at 630-848-5000.

Download FOIA request form
View detailed FOIA procedure document

 
 
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