Privacy Policy

Intellectual Property
This is the official website for the City of Dayton, Texas and is maintained by the City of Dayton as a public service. Although the content of this site is available to the public, certain information on this site may be trademarked, service marked, or otherwise protected as the City of Dayton’s intellectual property, and all agency content is protected by federal copyright laws. Use of protected intellectual property must be in accordance with federal and state law and must reflect the copyright, trademark, service mark or other intellectual property ownership.

Please note that all information collected or maintained by the City of Dayton is subject to to the Texas Public Information Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 552.

Information Collected From Electronic Formats
If you identify yourself by sending an email or electronic online forms containing personal information, this information will only be used in dealing with the topic of interest or as prescribed by law. You may volunteer to provide us personally-identifying information, for example, your mailing address, in an electronic mail message or online form. Before you do so, you should know that the material you submit may be seen by various people in the normal operation of their duties.

The City of Dayton may enter the information into a database and may share it with other government agencies. Information collected in this manner may be used for responding to requests for information as well as other authorized purposes.

The City of Dayton will not sell or intentionally release the email addresses of members of the public that have been provided to communicate electronically with the City without affirmative consent of the affected member of the public. Except as may be required for authorized law enforcement, personally identifiable information contained in a question or comment sent to the City of Dayton in an email message or submitted in an online form is used by the City only to respond to the request. The City may redirect the message to another government agency or person who is in a better position to answer the question.

Submitting Information
An individual who submits information in electronic format through this website may be entitled, on request, receive and review the information the City of Dayton collects about the individual and may request correction of his/her personal information held by the City by contacting in writing the City Secretary’s Office at the following address:
City of Dayton
Attn: City Secretary
117 Cook Street
Dayton, TX 77535