Sending the City of Alaminos Email
We value your feedback. If you send the City an email with questions or comments about our programs or services, we do collect your email address and any other information that you volunteer. We do this to improve the content of our website, and occasionally, to customize its content for the individual user.
No personally identifiable information is automatically collected about visitors who simply browse the City's web site or who download information from it. Personal information is gathered only when a visitor knowingly provides such specific information on a voluntary basis. Personal information will not be disclosed to outside parties unless visitors were advised otherwise at the point and time of collection or the City is required to under legislation or by the Government of Philippines or the City of Alaminos.
Information Gathering and Cookies
If you visit our website to read or download information, such as events schedules, bidding forms or building permits etc, we capture and store only the domain name of your computer (for example, google.com) and other related information to speed up the performance of web page delivery. All information is deleted from your cache memory when you close the session and leave our site. We collect no other personal information.
We do not use or set cookies on our website to store any information on your personal computer hard drive.
A cookie is a very small text file inserted onto your computer by a website that you visit. When you return to the website, the cookie is then read by the site's web server. Cookies are used for many things, from making web sites more personal to tracking your web browsing habits.
The City’s web server logs visitor activity to help manage the web site. Information stored in logs does not identify visitors personally. The logs store the domain name and IP address from which the City’s web site was accessed; the type of browser and operating system used; the date and time the site was accessed; the pages visited; and the country or region of the world from which the site was accessed. The City uses this information to learn how many visitors the web site has, where they are coming from, which parts of the City's web site are of most interest to visitors, and other facts that help the City improve the web site and the services offered.