CITY OF AKRON
Your privacy is very important to us. It is not the City of Akron’s policy to collect personal information about you when you visit our Website, unless you choose to make such information available to us. By visiting the City of Akron’s Website, you are agreeing to the practices described in this policy. The City does not use "cookies" or otherwise keep track of who visits our website unless the person e-mails the City or in any manner contacts the City through the website.
By sending the City of Akron an electronic mail ("e-mail") or filling out a form on our website, such as sending something where it says "Contact…," you are sending us personal information (e.g., your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address or other information). The City stores this information in order to respond to or process your request or otherwise resolve the subject matter of your submission.
Visitors to the City of Akron’s Website should be aware that, subject to specific statutory exceptions, information received in connection with the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, operations, or other activities of the City of Akron, including but not limited to electronic data, are public records under the Ohio Public Records Act.Therefore, users should be aware that information submitted through this Website, such as sending a message or submitting an electronic form, unless part or all of the record is protected from release, may be subject to disclosure to other parties pursuant to a public record request. The Ohio Public Records Act requires that certain public records will be saved for a designated period of time pursuant to an approved records retention schedule.
The City takes very seriously the integrity of the information and systems we maintain. Therefore, we have instituted security measures for all information systems under our control. These security measures are designed to identify attempts to tamper with this website. Information collected through these security measures may be used in connection with a criminal prosecution or other legal proceedings.
Any electronic mails (e-mails) received by the City of Akron that may be in violation of local, state, or federal law may be referred to the proper authorities.
If you choose to send an e-mail to the City of Akron, you should be aware that electronic mail (e-mail) is not necessarily secure against interception, and may be subject to the disclosure requirements of the Public Records Act or other legal disclosure requirements.