The Downtown Development Authority
is committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Statement applies
to the Downtown Development Authority website and governs data
collection and usage. By using the Downtown Development Authority
(“DDA”) website, you consent to the data practices described in this
Collection and Use of Information
The DDA may collect two types of
information from users: (1) personally identifiable information that you
knowingly choose to disclose to the DDA; and (2) information that is
collected on an aggregate basis as users browse the DDA’s website, using
systems such as Google Analytics and cookies.
Use of Personally Identifiable Information
The DDA collects personally
identifiable information, including, but not limited to your name,
email, and telephone number, when you voluntarily provide such
information to the DDA, such as when you register for a DDA event,
subscribe to DDA emails, pose a question of the DDA, volunteer with the
DDA, or become a DDA member.
The DDA collects and uses your
personally identifiable information to deliver the services you have
requested, answer your questions, and to inform you of upcoming DDA and
other local events. The DDA does not publish, sell, rent or otherwise
disclose your personally identifiable information to third parties. Your
personally identifiable information is not disclosed or released to
advertisers or sponsors that are linked or otherwise identified in
emails that you receive from the DDA.
The DDA tracks user behavior on
the DDA website using Google Analytics and other cookies, which allow
the DDA to analyze user traffic, personalize the user’s online
experience, and improve the content of the website. Most web browsers
automatically accept cookies, but you should be able to modify your
browser setting to block cookies if you prefer.
The DDA website has security
measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the
information under our control. The DDA uses Formstack and Stripe, third
parties that facilitate form submission and payment processing online,
to complete all transactions involving personal financial information,
such as credit cards. The DDA itself does not collect personal financial
information through its website, nor does it receive or store personal
financial information on its servers. Instead, when a transaction
involving personal financial information takes place, the DDA receives a
transaction “token” and a one-time-use identification number to
validate that the transaction has been successfully completed. For
additional information on the Formstack and Stripe privacy policies,
visit formstack.com/privacy and stripe.com/privacy, respectively.
The DDA website allows users to
opt out of receiving future email communication by clicking
“unsubscribe” in the body of any email that the user receives from the
Other internet sites that are
linked from the DDA website or from a DDA email message may contain
privacy policies that differ from the terms of this Privacy Statement.
The DDA is not responsible for, nor does the DDA make any
representations or warranties with respect to, the privacy policies of
linked Internet sites. You should review the privacy policies of linked
sites to ensure protection of your privacy.
Changes to this Statement
The DDA reserves the right to
update this Privacy Statement from time to time, and encourages you to
periodically review this Privacy Statement to stay informed on how the
DDA is protecting your information.
The DDA reserves the right to disclose personally identifiable information if required or compelled to do so by applicable law.
Unfortunately, no data
transmission over the internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.
Accordingly, the DDA makes no representations or warranties about the
security of any information you disclose to us.
The DDA welcomes comments and
questions regarding this Privacy Statement at
Info@downtownfortcollins.com, or by mail at 19 Old Town Square, Suite
#230, Fort Collins, Colorado 80524.