Privacy Policy

The information you provide on this website is secure and your privacy is maintained. 

The Albany Parking Authority requests information from you (such as name, address, telephone number, email address, shipping, and credit card information) when you place an order online, over the phone or in person; when you establish an account with us; or, when you participate in any survey or other exercise where we ask for this or other information.  We maintain the data in a secure database.  Unless you place an order or otherwise provide us with specific information, we do not know your name or email address and we do not know nor monitor your browsing activity outside our site.

The information we collect is used to process and confirm your order, to communicate with you if there are any problems with your order, and to provide us with feedback on the usefulness of our site.  Periodically, the Albany Parking Authority may use the contact information to communicate with you.

To enable us to monitor the effectiveness of our website, we may collect data pertaining to the trends of site visitor.  Domain names and IP addresses may be logged and analyzed.  The pages that visitors click to in the site may be tracked through the use of “cookies” or other technology to assess the usefulness of various pages of the site.

The Albany Parking Authority does not sell, rent or trade any personal information with any other parties.  If we contract with other companies to provide certain services, including credit card processing, shipping, email distribution, market research and promotions management, we may provide these companies with only the information they need to perform their services and it is done with the understanding that they will maintain your privacy and security.

The Albany Parking Authority’s site security (SSL-secure socket layer) is provided by Comodo, a leading digital certificate provider.  All sensitive information you enter during the ordering/checkout procedure, is automatically encrypted while traveling the Internet.

Note the lock icon which appears in the address bar of your browser and the prefix “https:” replaces “http:” in the URL in your browser’s address window.