Upper Trinity Regional Water District Privacy Statement
Collection of Personal & Statistical Information
When you visit one of our websites, certain data may be automatically collected and recorded for the purpose of website statistics. The data collected may include the following:
Web browser used
Other http-header information
You may be asked to provide personally identifiable information, such as your name, postal address, telephone number, email address. This information is collected when you input this information through our contact page, or through an online form.
By disclosing your personal information on any of the District’s affiliated websites, you consent to our using it in a manner described in this policy.
Upper Trinity Regional Water District does not knowingly collect or keep on record any information from individuals under the age of 13.
Use of Statistical Information
Statistical information is used for internal purposes by technical support staff to help us better understand your needs, and to improve our products and services.
Use of Personal Information
Personal information obtained through our website is used solely for the purpose in which it was submitted, such as reply to email messages or reply to information requests.
Disclosure of Personal Information
Upper Trinity Regional Water District will never sell, rent, or trade your personal information.
Personal information obtained through any District website may be shared between internal departments of Upper Trinity Regional Water District to respond to email messages or process information requests.
Information you supply to Upper Trinity Regional Water District may be requested in compliance with the State of Texas Public Information Act. By law, any information that falls within the boundaries of the Texas Public Information Act can be provided to anyone who requests it.
Notwithstanding the above, information held by Upper Trinity Regional Water District is presumptively public information under the Texas Public Information Act, except to the extent that such information is specifically exempted from public disclosure under the law. Interpretation and enforcement of this law is entrusted to the Texas Attorney General and the Courts of the State of Texas. It is therefore possible that certain of the information accumulated as a result of online usage could be deemed public and Upper Trinity Regional Water District could be ordered to release such information to others, irrespective of the policies, preferences or intentions of Upper Trinity Regional Water District. Users who are concerned about this contingency may learn more about the Texas Public Information Act at the Attorney General's Web site at http://www.oag.state.tx.us/.