How do I submit a Public Information Request?
The Texas Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552), gives you the right to access government records; the officer for public information may not ask you why you want them. All government information is presumed to be available to the public, although certain exceptions may apply. Governmental bodies shall release requested information as promptly as possible, unless the information is exempt from disclosure under the Public Information Act. Please visit the following website for more information on how to submit a Public Information Request to the City of Plano information...

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1. Where is Accounts Payable located and what are the hours of operation?
2. How can I learn more about the budget and finance process?
3. Can I drop off my invoices?
4. Where can I mail an invoice?
5. Where can I mail payment?
6. How can I replace a stale dated or lost check?
7. Can I pick up my check?
8. What is the status of my payment?
9. I need information about my 1099.
10. I have a new Tax ID number. Who do I need to inform?
11. I have a new address. Who do I contact?
12. Who handles returned checks?
13. Who are the City's financial advisors?
14. How does a broker apply to be an approved broker for the City?
15. How does a citizen purchase City of Plano bonds?
16. Who collects property taxes for the City? What is the phone number?
17. Who do I contact to request a Homestead Exemption for property taxes?
18. Who collects and handles the City's revenue?
19. How do I submit a Public Information Request?
20. What is the City of Plano’s Fiscal Reporting Period?
21. What property is listed on the City of Plano’s Unclaimed Property site?
22. How do I become an approved investment broker for the City?