Privacy Policy

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Community Design Partners (CDP) is sole owner of the information collected on this site. The organization only has access to identifying information visitors voluntarily disclose. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone.

CDP reserves the right, at the organization’s discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions of this policy at any time. Visitors’ use of the site after reasonable notice of modifications will be deemed acceptance of any changes to the privacy policy. Visitors agree descriptions of changes to the policy posted on this site constitute reasonable and sufficient notice. At all times, visitors are bound by the current version of the privacy policy and all applicable laws. The organization recommends visitors review this policy from time to time to ensure they are familiar with the most recent version.

Personal information that visitors provide voluntarily might include names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses. The organization will use this information to respond to visitors who contact us, or to optimize the presentation and delivery of content based on individuals’ preferences while visiting this site. The organization does not share your personal information with any third party.

CDP may disclose personal information in connection with conducting audits, responding to legal or regulatory requirements, enforcing the organization’s own policies, or when responding to complaints or safety or security concerns. CDP also may share your personal information with other companies or organizations that work with CDP, or on behalf of CDP to provide services related to your use of the site (such as requested mailings, updates, and other information, as well as with law enforcement or other governmental officials, in response to a criminal complaint or investigation. CDP also will disclose personal information in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

CDP and its vendors may use tracking “cookies” (or clear gifs, web beacons, or similar means) to collect aggregate data, including internet protocol (IP) addresses (but not personal information), to customize visits to the site, or to enable the organization to enhance the site’s functionality. Visitors may halt or restrict the placement of cookies on their computers or remove them from their browsers by adjusting browser preferences. They may still use the site, but are likely to lose some functionality.

Visitors can contact CDP using the email address provided on this site to learn more about data the organization might have about you, or to seek further information.