Privacy Policy

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Privacy Policy

This statement discloses the privacy practices for the Prosper Portland family of web sites:

www.prosperportland.us (Prosper Portland)

hereafter referenced as Prosper Portland, or “we.”

PLEASE REVIEW THIS POLICY CAREFULLY, AS WELL AS THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS POLICY BEFORE USING THIS WEBSITE. By using any Prosper Portland website, you agree to the terms of these policies. If you do not agree to such terms, you may not use and must exit this web site.

Information We Collect About You

We strive to provide information and services that are tailored to our users’ needs. To do this, we may ask that you provide personal information when you do any of the following: register for our site, complete surveys, submit content, subscribe to newsletters, or request customer service. We only collect personally identifiable information that you submit voluntarily. If you choose not to register or provide personally identifiable information, you can still use the website, but will not be able to use the services that require such information.

Why We Collect Information

We collect personal information for purposes such as:

Collecting information about our visitors so that we can follow up to provide requested information. Surveys are entirely optional and are used only to provide information you request from us, or to gather data regarding our users in the aggregate form, for use in improving our service.

Disclosure of Information

Prosper Portland is a public agency. Any information you provide to Prosper Portland is compiled in order to provide you with notifications by email, or postal mail, as requested.

The City does not sell, rent or otherwise distribute visitor’s information, including electronic mail addresses, to any outside company or organization, unless legally required to do so under Oregon Public Records Law (ORS 192.410 – 192.505). The City does not disclose credit card or other personally identifiable financial information other than as necessary to complete a credit card or other financial transaction, upon explicit permission from the applicable user, or compelled by law.

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