Privacy Policy

Protecting your privacy is very important to us. We do not collect any personally identifiable information (PII) about you during your visit to the website unless you choose to provide it to us. We do, however, collect some data about your visit to our website to help us better understand how the public uses the site and how to make it more helpful. We collect information from visitors who read, browse, and/or download information from our website. we never collects information for commercial marketing or any purpose unrelated to mission and goals.

When visitors send email messages or send information via the Contact Us page containing personal information, our staff responds to the messages and files them. Only designated staff members requiring access to the emails to respond may view or answer them.

Types of Information Collected

  • When you browse through any website, certain information about your visit can be collected. We automatically collect and temporarily store the following information about your visit:
  • date and time of your visit
  • pages you visited or items downloaded

We use this information to measure the number of visitors to our website and its various sections and to help make our site more useful to visitors. This information cannot be used to identify you as an individual.

How we Collects Information

we uses Google Analytics, and Sitecore measurement software to collect the information in the bulleted list in the Types of Information Collected section above. Google Analytics and Sitecore collect information automatically and continuously. No PII is collected. our staff conducts analyses and reports on the aggregated data from Google Analytics and Sitecore.

Uses Cookies

When you visit any website, its server may generate a piece of text known as a “cookie” to place on your computer. The cookie allows the server to “remember” specific information about your visit while you are connected.

The cookie makes it easier for you to use the dynamic features of webpages. Cookies from webpages only collect information about your browser’s visit to the site; they do not collect personal information about you.

There are two types of cookies, single session (temporary) and multi-session (persistent). Session cookies last only as long as your web browser is open. Once you close your browser, the cookie disappears. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer for longer periods.

Session Cookies: We use session cookies for technical purposes such as to enable better navigation through our site. These cookies let our server know that you are continuing a visit to our site.

Persistent Cookies: We use persistent cookies to enable  Google Analytics and Sitecore to differentiate between new and returning visitors. Persistent cookies remain on your computer between visits to website until they expire. We also use persistent cookies to block repeated invitations to take the ACSI survey. The persistent cookies that block repeated survey invitations expire in 2 years.

How to Opt Out or Disable Cookies

If you do not wish to have session or persistent cookies placed on your computer, you can disable them using your web browser. If you opt out of cookies, you will still have access to all information and resources  . Please note that by following the instructions to opt-out of cookies, you will disable cookies from all sources, not just those from our website.

How Personal Information Is Protected

You do not have to give us personal information to visit the websites. However, if you choose to receive alerts or e-newsletters, we collect your email address to complete the subscription process.

Third-Party Websites and Applications including Social Media Sites

we uses a variety of new technologies and social media options to communicate and interact with citizens. These sites and applications include popular social networking and media sites, open source software communities and more. Third-party websites (TPWAs) are web-based technologies that are not exclusively operated or controlled by Users of TPWAs often share information with the general public, user community, and/or the third-party operating the website. These actors may use this information in a variety of ways. TPWAs could cause PII to become available or accessible to and the public, regardless of whether the information is explicitly solicited or collected by

Posted Comments: We welcome feedback and ideas from the public and endeavor to join the conversation whenever possible. However, we are not able to respond individually to all the comments we receive via social media.