The Nevada eGovernment consortium considers any information received and
available through our website as if it were supplied in writing or through
an in-person visit to our offices. We would like to clarify what is
considered private and confidential in a public and open environment such as
Nevada Revised Statute 239.010 states that, "All public books and public
records of a governmental entity, the contents of which are not otherwise
declared by law to be confidential, must be open at all times during office
hours to inspection by any person." "Public records" are regarded as those
records which we generate or receive and then maintain in order to conduct
The information we gather from you
Like most Internet sites, we automatically collect standard, statistical information. We want to know which pages you find most interesting to help
us keep this site useful. The information we collect includes:
- The date and time you visited our site.
- The pages you visited.
E-mail messages sent to any of the Nevada eGov agencies will be treated the
same as any other written communication, and may be subject to public
review. E-mail or other information requests sent to this websites may be
maintained in order to:
E-mail addresses obtained as a result of a request to this website shall not
be sold or distributed to private companies.
- Respond to the request.
- Forward the request to the appropriate agency.
- Communicate updates to the page that may be of interest to you.
- Provide city web designers with valuable customer feedback to improve the website.
If you voluntarily provide us information as part of an online survey, we'll use this information for qualitative and quantitative
research to help us improve our services and programs. We may release a summary of the research results to internal or external
We do not accept any information personally identifying children on our site.
We make every effort to provide the most timely, accurate information. However, technical difficulties or human error may occur. We caution you to check
or verify facts you use to make decisions that effect public safety, personal finances or business finances. The information on this site is not guaranteed
to be correct or complete. You are responsible for any conclusions or actions you undertake as a result of the information on this site.
We use electronic cookies to help us personalize some areas of our Web site. A cookie allows us to customize Web pages. A cookie is a piece of information
generated by a Web server (the remote computer that hosts a Web site) and stored in your local computer.
For example, cookies are used as you browse through a virtual shopping mall and add items to your "shopping cart." The cookie keeps track of the items you
are going to purchase. The cookies program makes use of information transmitted by the Web server onto your computer so that the information is available
for later access.
Essentially, cookies make use of client-specific information transmitted by the Web server onto the client's computer so that the information might be available
for later access by itself or affiliated servers.
For additional questions or comments, please click here to e-mail the Webmaster.