Treasurer’s Office Open Records Officer Information

Treasurer’s Office Right To Know
436 Grant Street, Room 214A
Pittsburgh, PA  15219
412-350-4160 (phone)
412-350-4130 (fax)

To proceed with your request, please complete one of the following forms.

To mail or fax your request, use:   PDF Icon   Open Records Fill-In Form
To submit your request online, use:   Open Records Online Form  

Read Our Policy:  Open Records Policy

About Our Process

Upon submitting a request, you will receive one of the following responses within five business days of the receipt of request:

  • Notice on how and when you may inspect or obtain copies of the requested records;
  • Notice that additional time will be needed for legal review of your request or for the gathering or duplicating of the requested records; or
  • Notice that some or all of the requested records are not subject to production under the Right-to-Know Law.

If you disagree with a determination from an Allegheny County open records office, you may file an appeal with the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records. Guidelines and forms for appeals may be found at Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Open Records Office. Decisions of the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records may be appealed in court.

Getting Started

The Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law allows the public to inspect and/or obtain copies of Allegheny County’s public records. You may file a Right-to-Know request:

  • In person
  • By mail
  • By fax
  • By email
  • By completing the Online or PDF Fill-In Open Records Form.


A fee will be charged for all copies requested. Copies will not be provided until you have paid the applicable fees. In a few instances, fees are determined by a statute other than the Right-to-Know Law.

In most instances, the county’s fees are

  • Photocopies of standard-sized records (8 ½ x 11 or 8 ½ x 14):
    • For one-sided copies, 25 cents per page
    • For two-sided copies, 25 cents per side
  • Certification of a record:
    • $1 per record
  • Redaction: The county does not charge for time spent redacting, or blacking out, nonpublic information in a public document, but the county will charge for making all copies needed to produce redacted material for viewing by the requester
  • Blueprints, maps and other specialized documents: the county’s cost of reproduction
  • Postage fees: the county’s cost of mailing
  • Electronic data: Rates are set by the county with approval of the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records

Erica Rocchi Brusselars, Allegheny County Treasurer

Allegheny County Courthouse, Room 108, 436 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA  15219  |  PHONE: 412-350-4100