Public facilities definition

Public facilities means major capital improvements, including, but not limited to, transportation, sanitary sewer, solid waste, drainage, potable water, educational, parks and recreational, and health systems and facilities.
Public facilities means and include publicly owned buildings, including traditional government buildings, such as courthouses, firehouses, police stations, parks, recreational facilities, and correctional facilities.
Public facilities means a project of a local government or a federally recognized Indian tribe for the planning, acquisition, construction, repair, reconstruction, replacement, rehabilitation, or improvement of bridges, roads, domestic and industrial water, earth stabilization, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, railroad, electricity, telecommunications, transportation, natural gas, buildings or structures, and port facilities, all for the purpose of job creation, job retention, or job expansion.

Examples of Public facilities in a sentence

Public facilities, including public administration buildings, parking lots, cemeteries, parks, schools, libraries, and similar uses and activities, excluding substations or structures associated with public utilities and enclosures or shelters for service equipment and maintenance depots.

Public facilities impacts are detailed in the table in Exhibit 4.

Public facilities, limited to substations or structures associated with public utilities and enclosures or shelters for service equipment and maintenance depots, and storage yards of public utility companies.

Public facilities impacts are detailed in the table in Exhibit 3.

Public facilities, not including outdoor storage (Section 20.41).


More Definitions of Public facilities

Public facilities means only the following impact fee facilities that have a life expectancy of 10 or more years and are owned or operated by or on behalf of a local political subdivision or private entity:
Public facilities means any meeting rooms, conference rooms, restaurants, bars, lounges, pools, recreation facilities, lobby areas, and all other similar public facilities.
Public facilities means amenities that are—
Public facilities means public transportation facilities, public safety facilities, public school facilities, or public parks.
Public facilities means the lobby areas, meeting rooms, convention or banquet facilities, restaurants, bars, lounges, corridors and other similar facilities at the Hotel.
Public facilities means those public facilities for which a public facilities plan is required under ORS 197.712.
Public facilities means: