Protection of the Privacy Rights of Individuals by Non-Judiciary State Governmental Bodies
- Under Texas law, Chapter 559, Texas Government Code, unless a state governmental body, other than a state governmental body that is part of the judiciary, is allowed to withhold requested information from an individual pursuant to Chapter 552, Texas Government Code (the Texas Public Information Act), the individual is entitled to be informed about information collected by the state governmental body about that individual.
- Each non-judiciary state governmental body that collects information about an individual by means of a form that the individual completes and files with the state governmental body in a paper format or in an electronic format on an Internet site shall prominently state, on the paper form and prominently post on the state governmental body's Internet site in connection with electronic form, that:
- with few exceptions, the individual is entitled on request to be informed about the information that the state governmental body collects about the individual;
- the individual is entitled to receive and review and review the information; and
- the individual is entitled to have the state governmental body correct incorrect information about the individual
- Each non-judiciary state governmental body that collects information about an individual by means of an Internet site or that collects information about the computer network location or identity of a user of the Internet site shall prominently post on the state governmental body's Internet site:
- what information is being collected through the site about the individual; and
- what information is being collected through the site about the computer network location or identity of a user of the state governmental body's Internet site, including what information is being collected by means that are not obvious.
- Each non-judiciary state governmental body must establish a reasonable procedure under which individuals may have incorrect information about them that is held by the state governmental body corrected. The correction procedure may not unduly burden the individual seeking to have information corrected.
Please send corrections to personal information posted on the LCWCID #1 Web site via e-mail at email@example.com, by phone at (806) 747-3353 or by mailing to Lubbock County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1, 9999 High Meadows Drive, Lubbock, Texas 79404.
- Each non-judiciary state governmental body shall identify its information collection practices and post that information in its internet site privacy and security policy.The e-mail addresses of members of the public that are provided to LCWCID #1 for electronic communication with it are confidential and may not be disclosed by LCWCID #1 unless the affected member of the public affirmatively consents to the disclosure of his or her e-mail address.
Subject to the requirements of state law set forth above, LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) uses forms on this website to offer users a mechanism for communicating with us. Any information submitted through any form on this website may be used by LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) to correspond with any user who has submitted information to LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake). We do not share this information with third parties unless otherwise agreed to by a website visitor through acknowledgment on specific forms throughout this website or as required by law.
LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) may use Google Analytics or Google Ads to gather basic information about website visitor behavior, interests, website performance, and other general data about this website and its use. Here are two of the most common Google Analytics advertising features that LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) may utilize, and the insights they provide:
- AdWords Remarketing: Uses behavior, demographic, and interest data to identify users who are likely to convert, and then allows you to target those users with remarketing campaigns through Google Ads.
- Demographics and Interests Reporting: Provides insight into the age, gender, and purchase interests of users, which LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) can use to better target audiences through advertisements.
- Web-browsing cookies: LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) may use web-browsing cookies to display information more effectively to you and to gather data about the usage of our website.
- Social Media Pixels: LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) may use social media pixels to allow LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) the ability to remarket to you on social media platforms through paid advertisements.
Other technologies we use may capture user-specific data to help us understand how users interact with our website and to assist us with resolving client's, customer's, or users questions regarding the use of our website.
How We Use and Share Information
Looking out for Children
We do not knowingly market to or solicit information from children under 18 without parental consent. We recognize that protecting children’s identities and privacy online is important, and that the responsibility to do so rests with both the online industry and with parents. While LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) works to protect your personal information if it has been submitted to us, you also have responsibility. The internet is a public network. Childrens’ access to the internet can allow them to visit inappropriate websites and be exposed to unwanted risks. COPPA, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, protects children under the age of 13 from online collection of personal information. Parents can be proactive by installing filtering software that gives them more control over their family’s internet experience. We recommend that minors 18 years of age or older ask their parents for permission before sending any information about themselves to anyone over the Internet. Additionally, we do not knowingly target or re-market to anyone under the age of 18 through preventative measures put in place by third-party social media and advertising partners such as Google and Facebook.
LCWCID #1 (Buffalo Springs Lake) recognizes the importance of ensuring our websites are accessible to those with disabilities. This website endeavors to conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1 A, AA). We are committed to making our information accessible to visitors with disabilities and are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website and in doing so adhere to many of the available standards and guidelines.