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Thank you for visiting the City of Greenbrier, Arkansas website and reviewing the Privacy Policy. We are committed to the privacy of the visitors to this website.

During your visit to the City of Greenbrier website, the city gathers and stores the following information about your visit. This information does not identify you personally.

  • The Internet Protocol (IP) address and domain name used. The IP address is a number assigned to your Internet service provider or to your computer. We use the IP to direct Web site content to you. This address can be translated to determine the domain name of your service provider.

  • The Web browser you used.

  • The Operating system you used.

  • The date and time you visited the website.

  • The webpages or services you accessed at the website.

Voluntary Information

The City of Greenbrier website does not collect personal information unless the visitor voluntarily provides information by sending an email, completing an online form or online application. Examples of forms and applications on this website include:

  • Surveys used to gather public opinion and feedback

  • Requests for city services

  • Reports for an issue, problem or crime

  • Applications for employment or volunteer positions

  • Registration for city-sponsored classes or activities

  • Online applications used to complete services with the city

Email Subscription Lists

The City of Greenbrier website offers visitors the ability to subscribe to email distribution lists. Visitors are free to unsubscribe should they not want to receive future communications from the city. A valid email address must be provided when subscribing or unsubscribing from email lists. All other personally identifiable information is optional. Email lists are kept private and are not disclosable under the Open Records Act


Cookies are small text files generated by the Web server and stored on the visitor's computer. Cookies can be read by the Web server to determine if a particular Web page has already been visited or when the visitor last accessed the website. An example would be for an online survey where a cookie could be used to tell the Web server that a particular visitor has already completed the survey. Cookies do not contain personal information and are not used to mine data.

Security Information and Disclaimer

Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on this Web site are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under all state Computer Trespass laws and federal statutes including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act.

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