Accessibility, Copyrights, Credits & Privacy

Web Accessibility and Alternative Accessibility Statement
Thank you for visiting our website. To help make the website more accessible for all users, we use Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

With evolving technology and frequently changing content, we are continually seeking out solutions to improve overall web accessibility.

Should you experience any difficulty in accessing the website while using adaptive technology, please contact us at the staffed phones below. Our team will gladly assist you.

Website content assistance while using adaptive technology is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
For assistance Monday - Thursday from 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. CST, please call 432.287.0500.
For assistance after normal, weekday office hours, please call 870.404.8154 - this website content assistance, after-hours number is for assistance with website content while using adaptive technology. It is not an emergency number. If you have an emergency, please call 911, the Police Department, or the Sheriff's Office.


The material in this website is the property of Reeves County Road and Bridge Department, Brooks-Jeffrey Marketing, Inc. and others. Reproduction or redistribution of any material, graphic elements or photographs without written consent from Reeves County Road and Bridge Department or Brooks-Jeffrey Marketing, Inc. is strictly prohibited.

Conditions of Use
No material from this website may be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted or distributed in any way, except that you may download one copy of the materials on any single computer for your personal, non-commercial home use only, provided you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices. Modification of the materials or use of the materials for any other purpose is a violation of copyright and other proprietary rights. For purposes of this Agreement, the use of any such material on any other website or networked computer environment is prohibited.

Photo and Copy Credits 
The photos and graphics featured in this site were furnished by Reeves County Road and Bridge Department, Brooks-Jeffrey Marketing, Inc. and others, and cannot be reproduced or distributed without written consent from Reeves County Road and Bridge Department or Brooks-Jeffrey Marketing, Inc. Should you have any problems with this site, please contact Brooks Jeffrey Marketing.

Privacy Statement and Use of Information 
Reeves County Road and Bridge Department recognizes your right to privacy and protection of the information you provide us -- including your name, mailing address, e-mail address and telephone number.

When you visit our website or request information from Reeves County Road and Bridge Department, we record your IP (Internet) address. Your trip through our website is recorded for traffic analysis. We analyze the traffic to our site to identify the most popular features of our site and to understand what browsers are used to view the site.

We do record e-mail and mailing addresses so that we may inform you of new services and news updates. If you prefer not to receive such mailings, please let us know.

Please call our office if you wish to provide sensitive information.

Cookie Use Policy:

This website may use cookies to enhance your user experience. Cookies are small text files stored by your browser on your local device. They are frequently used to monitor and record user activities to make website browsing easier. For example, a page which allows sorting or filtering may set a cookie to remember the user's last sort and filter choices so that if the page is returned to, those choices can be re-applied.

Recent privacy protection legislation in both the United States and Europe has set guidelines for cookie use and disclosure.

There are two broad categories of cookies. First party and third party. First party cookies are cookies managed by the website you are visiting, and are tied to that domain. Third party cookies are cookies that are managed by service providers such as Google or Facebook. Brooks Jeffrey Marketing utilizes both first and third party cookies. The cookies we manage directly (first party cookies) do not capture or track Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and we do not share your data with any third party. These cookies are used strictly to make your website browsing experience more pleasant.

Third Party Cookies:

Google's Analytics use cookies to monitor traffic. These are powerful tools which allow us to analyze important information such as which pages are visited most frequently, what search words are used and what browsers and operating systems and devices are being used by our end users. This information allows us to provide the best overall service we can to all of our users. To view Google's data use policy, visit this page. Opting out of cookies will mean those analytics will not be captured. YouTube video embedding also uses cookies. YouTube is a google company, so they also adhere to Google's data use policy. Facebook allows content sharing which also uses cookies. Here is Facebook's cookie use policy page. Twitter allows content sharing in a similar manner to Facebook. Here is Twitter's privacy policy page.

Google's Recaptcha spam blocker (used to protect forms from malicious activity) also uses cookies as part of its detection of human vs spambot activity. Protection against spam is a required part of any responsible website, and Google's Recaptcha is the industry standard for spam protection. For details on cookie usage in Recaptcha check Google's data use policy.

Following links:

Any external link that is added provided in the content of any page on this website could introduce cookies. This website has no control over whether websites that are visited through clicking on these links would set cookies in your browser.

Session Cookies:

This website is built using a programming language specifically designed for creating websites. This programming language sets a cookie which is used to maintain session activity between your browser and the website you are visiting. We have no control over this cookie, it is part of the web infrastructure that allows you to surf the internet.

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