OPRA is a New Jersey statute that governs the public's access to government records in New Jersey.
The Open Public Records Act (OPRA) was enacted in order to:
Anyone can make an OPRA Request. For more information, read A Citizen's Guide to the Open Public Records Act from the State of New Jersey.
To make a request from the Morris County Government, please fill out the OPRA Request Form.
Other County-affiliated commissions and contitutional officers have their own request forms, as listed below: