Open Records

City Hall is the principal office for official City of London records. City Hall is open Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

City Clerk Marcy J. Berry is the official records custodian.

marcyberry@londonky.gov
501 S. Main Street
London, Kentucky 40741

Copies of records are available for ten cents ($.10) per page.

Anyone seeking to request public records must complete the Public Open Records Request Form linked below.

Please fill out the form and email it to records@londonky.gov or deliver the completed form to the City Clerk at London City Hall.


Public Open Records Request Form


Open Records Act – House Bill 312

Public agencies must respond to an open records request to inspect records within five business days.

HB 312 alters how requests to inspect records may be made and accepted. Beginning on June 29, 2021, only residents of the Commonwealth may request to inspect public records. The definition of “resident” will be codified at KRS 61.870(10), but it includes individuals and businesses living, operating, and working within the Commonwealth, as well as news-gathering organizations.3

Thus, effective June 29, 2021, a person submitting a request to inspect public records must include with the request a statement that the person making the request is a resident of the Commonwealth. A public agency may deny a request to inspect records that does not include such a statement. See KRS 61.872(2).