Accessibility

Web Standards

This website was designed in an effort to conform to accessibility guidelines set forth by the United States Government Section 508,  which explains the standard criteria Federal agencies must provide; specific to various types of technologies. This website also conforms to web standards as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) wherever possible.

Other Accessibility Features

  • All font sizes are declared in relative units. This allows the user to re-size the text within his/her own browser.
  • All images use the alt attribute to describe the function of each visual.
  • Frames are not used within this website.
  • No pop-up windows have been used with the exception of downloadable files.

Downloadable Documents

You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to download pdf documents from this website. The plug-in can be downloaded for free from the Adobe website.

 

Question of the Day

What can I do if there is a loud party in my neighborhood?

If someone is having a loud party in your neighborhood you may call the Police Department for assistance. When deciding whether to call the police you must also decide whether the noise is at a level that your peace is being disturbed. If it is, you next need to decide whether you would be willing to press formal charges in order to get the noise to stop or be turned down to a tolerable level.

Most often, the mere fact that you are willing to press charges will help us to solve the problem so that no actual charges need be pressed. If you...

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