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The city reserves the right to restrict usage that may compromise the performance or security of the city website. Users are responsible for any and all costs to make their individual systems work with this website.
Information included in the City of Ladue website and related web applications is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed. The City of Ladue is not liable for any potential errors, omissions or outdated information. Assessing accuracy and reliability of information is the responsibility of the user.
The information provided on this site is for general information purposes only. The documents and materials on this site are not official copies of these documents. Neither the City of Ladue, nor its officers, agents nor employees shall be liable for any harm suffered as a result of reliance on information contained in this site, or for the content of any information that may be posted by others.
Links to Third Party Sites
The City of Ladue website may contain links to other public or private entities’ websites whose privacy practices and content are not subject to city control. The city is not responsible for the content on these other sites. The City of Ladue does not endorse any externally linked websites.
The City of Ladue is subject to the Missouri Sunshine Law (RSMo. 610.010. to 610.200). A communication received by or from a city employee or elected official, including e-mail, may be a public record subject to disclosure in accordance with the Missouri Sunshine Law.
Email Correspondence & Addresses
The City of Ladue will maintain email addresses and other personally identifiable information received from people who voluntarily communicated with or requested information from the city. Email addresses or any personally identifying information about individuals or organizations/companies are not sold or rented to any governmental or commercial entities.
When a website user gives his or her email address to communicate with or to request information from the city, that communication becomes a part of the public record and may be subject to disclosure under applicable Missouri and Federal statute(s), including the Missouri Sunshine Law, and may be disclosed to third parties upon request.