CITYCENTRE has created this security and privacy statement in order to communicate its commitment to respecting your privacy and to ethical behavior. CITYCENTRE will treat all information shared with us confidentially and will not use your information without your consent.
Website Information Gathering Scope
We protect our site with security measures including change control procedures, passwords and physical access controls. We’re also committed to ensuring that the information and data you provide us is not lost or misused.
Email List Privacy
We use email lists that we have assembled from people who have indicated that they want to receive more information about CITYCENTRE or our services. CITYCENTRE does not sell, rent or share our email lists with any other third parties, and our e-mail lists are not linked to other databases. We do not store emails or individual information on our web server. If you would like to receive information regarding our services or publications if you have a question about our privacy practices, or if you are currently on our email list and wish to be removed, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rules of Common Courtesy
Welcome to CITYCENTRE. As a private property built for the community, we strive to ensure all our guests are safe and have the same opportunity to enjoy their visit, so we please ask that you respect the below policies.
We reserve the right not to allow any bag, parcel, or other item to be brought into the property, and to deal with any unattended object in such ways we consider appropriate. This includes balls and skateboards.
Please show common courtesy to fellow CITYCENTRE guests by not using profanity or engaging in unsafe, illegal, disruptive, or offensive behavior.
While we are pet-friendly in the common areas, only domestic pets are allowed and must be on a leash at all times and any messes must be cleaned up.
Professional photography, videotaping, or recording of any kind must receive prior approval.
As a private property, we do reserve the right to dismiss groups or individuals from the property in violation of any of these policies.