Government Records Access
and Management Act
NOTICE TO PROVIDER OF INFORMATION
This Notice describes how personal information you may be asked to provide is used by the County when that information could be classified as Private or Controlled under the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA).
As a client of the office you are entitled to receive notice about our information collection practices. It is important for you to understand that information you provide as a requirement to receive services may be classified as Private and Controlled under the Government Records Access and Management Act.
What is Private and Controlled information?
These are records or other documents held by Salt Lake County which includes your personal information such as home address, home telephone number, birth date, social security number, certain medical or financial information, entitlement to social services, home ownership and living conditions, and similar items of a personal nature.
Why are you being asked to provide Private and Controlled information?
In order to more efficiently provide government services the requests your Private information in order to do the following:
The Salt Lake County Mayor's Office is committed to a exceptional level of customer service. Constituents deserve access to reliable information and understandable explanations.
What you can expect from Salt Lake County:
- The employees make every attempt to acknowledge telephone calls by the next business day
- We aim to acknowledge e-mail correspondence by the next business day
- We greet walk-in customers in a polite and professional manner
Our service goal is to enforce programs and policies consistently in a courteous and prompt manner faithfully executing the laws and ordinances of the County.
What is the County’s intended use of this information?
collects personal data in order to meet specific statutory requirements.
What are the consequences for refusing to Private and Controlled information?
If you choose to refuse to provide information requested or required by our agency, you may not be eligible to receive our services.
Who does the County share this information with?
shares information with: other government agencies, the owner of a property that is the subject of the informational request, pursuant to court orders, or as required by §63-2-206, Utah Tax Code. A written request must be submitted by the above agencies and clients must sign a consent form to release information.
2001 South State Street N2100
Salt Lake City , UT 84190-1001
Contact: Mayor Peter Corroon