The City of Hurst strives to keep our residents and businesses informed on local issues that directly involve them. The city understands people communicate in a variety of ways and the Communications Department strives to keep connected with our citizens in as many ways possible.
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Social Media Policy
By "LIKING" or "INTERACTING" with the City of Hurst, Texas social media sites, you consent and agree to the legal terms below.
The City of Hurst, Texas (“Hurst”) social media sites serve as limited public forums, and all content published therein is subject to monitoring and removal. However, the Hurst social media sites are not continuously monitored 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Hurst reserves the right to remove, in Hurst’s sole discretion, inappropriate comments or posts if the content is off-subject or out of context, contains obscenity or sexual content, contains personal identifying information or sensitive personal information; contains offensive terms; is threatening, harassing, or discriminatory; incites or promotes violence or illegal activities; or contains information that reasonably could compromise individual or public safety. Material that is repeatedly posted, regardless of its content, such that it threatens to overwhelm Hurst’s social media sites may be removed. Hurst reserves the right to ban followers or users from Hurst’s social media sites for repeatedly making inappropriate comments or posts.
Content on Hurst social media sites are public records that are subject to the Texas Public Information Act. This includes communications from Hurst and communications from the public. Requests under the Texas Public Information Act for copies of public records on Hurst’s social media sites must be submitted to the Hurst’s City Secretary's Office as described at: http://www.hursttx.gov/about-us/departments/city-secretary/public-information-request-online.
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