Web Policies

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General Use Policy

The City website and all materials contained therein are distributed and transmitted “as is” without warranties of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation, warranties of title or implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose.

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Linking Policy

This linking policy is declaratory of the City of Rocklin’s existing administrative practice regarding the establishment of links from and to its website.

The purpose of the City of Rocklin’s website is to advance the public’s health, safety and welfare by providing information for and interacting with the citizens, businesses, and visitors of the City of Rocklin. This includes promoting tourism and economic development within the City and region.

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Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the City of Rocklin website. Our privacy policy is plain and simple: we collect NO personal information like names or addresses when you visit our website. If you choose to provide that information to us it is only used to fulfill your request for information.

We do collect some technical information to make your visit seamless. The section below explains how we handle and collect technical information when you visit our website.

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Encryption and Security

Form data sent through the City of Rocklin website is secured with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption.  This powerful 128-bit encryption ensures that form information is protected and sent safely.

You can tell when you are on an encrypted page because the web address in your browser will start with “https://” which includes an “s.”  

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Web Accessibility

The City of Rocklin strives to maintain an accessible site as described in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998 and the Web Accessibility Guidelines.

Accessibility features on the website include but are not limited to the following: Alternative text tags for images, column and row markers in tables, labels and tabs in interactive forms, low-graphics website version, option to skip navigation (viewable to text reading browsers), TTY (TDD) contact at the bottom of each page, text versions of image maps, and accessible use of color.