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What are Cookies?
Cookies are text files, stored on your computer, that are used by web servers to store information about you as a user of that website. Cookies are unique to each website and information in them cannot be accessed by other websites.
That means a cookie saved on your computer from the City of Scottsdale's website can only be accessed and used on the City of Scottsdale website.
There are two types of cookies: persistent and temporary. The difference between them is lifespan.
A persistent cookie is one that is stored on your computer until you or your browser software delete it.
A temporary cookie is only available and active while you are on the website. Once you close your browser or leave the City's website, the cookie is disabled and a new one is created the next time you visit.
Cookies allow us to track which content and services are accessed most and help us improve the services we offer.