During your visit to the Glyndon Township website, the township gathers and stores the following information about your visit. This information does not identify you personally.
The Internet Protocol (IP) address and domain name used. The IP address is a number assigned to your Internet service provider or to your computer. We use the IP to direct Web site content to you. This address can be translated to determine the domain name of your service provider.
The Glyndon Township website does not collect personal information unless the visitor voluntarily provides information by sending an email, completing an online form or online application. Examples of forms and applications on this website include:
The voluntary personal information collected using online forms depends on the form or service you are conducting with the township. The information collected may not be limited to text characters but might also include audio, video or graphic information formats. This information may be stored in a database or sent to township/board members. We use the information collected to respond to your query or complete the service you have requested. We may also use information collected to improve our services. All information, including survey, email information, or form data may be shared internally with other departments within the extent permitted by law.
The Glyndon Township does not:
Some project involve collaboration with other local or state government agencies. Voluntary personal information submitted to the Glyndon Township to express interest in or make comments about such projects may be shared with the other agencies involved.
The Glyndon Township website may offer the ability to subscribe to email distribution lists. Visitors are free to unsubscribe should they not want to receive future communications from the township. A valid email address must be provided when subscribing or unsubscribing from email lists. All other personally identifiable information is optional. Email lists are kept private and are not disclosable under the Open Records Act.
Cookies are small text files generated by the Web server and stored on the visitor's computer. Cookies can be read by the Web server to determine if a particular Web page has already been visited or when the visitor last accessed the website. An example would be for an online survey where a cookie could be used to tell the Web server that a particular visitor has already completed the survey. Cookies do not contain personal information and are not used to mine data.
The Glyndon Township uses industry standard practices to safeguard the confidentiality of your personal identifiable information, including encryption (Secure Socket Layer) technology. We employ many different security techniques to protect such data from unauthorized access. "Perfect" security however, does not exist on the Internet. Unless a particular Web page on the Glyndon Township website indicates that encryption technology is being used, the user should not assume that information submitted through that Web page to the Glyndon Township Web server will be treated as confidential. Visual cues (an unbroken key or locked lock) report to the visitor that the online service is secure through a given Web page
For specific information regarding the retention of information, please contact the Glyndon Township at email@example.com