Public improvement definition

Public improvement means the result of the performance of work or the furnishing of materials or both, for which special assessments are authorized to be levied against the property bene- fited by the work or materials.
Public improvement means projects for construction, reconstruction or major renovation on real property by or for a public agency. “Public Works” shall mean roads, highways, buildings, structures and improvement of all types, the construction, reconstruction, major renovation or painting of which is carried on or contracted for by any public agency to serve the public interest by does not include the reconstruction or renovation of privately owned property which is leased by a public agency.
Public improvement means any beneficial or valuable

Examples of Public improvement in a sentence

  • Public improvement contracts other than contracts for a highway, bridge or other transportation project for which the estimated contract price does not exceed $100,000 may be awarded using an informal solicitation for quotes.

  • Public improvement" means any beneficial or valuable change or addition, betterment, enhancement or amelioration of or upon any real property, or interest therein, belonging to a public agency, intended to enhance its value, beauty or utility or to adapt it to new or further purposes.

  • Public improvement contract exemption procedures, including notice and public hearing requirements, shall be made in accordance with Division 49 of the attached Rules and ORS 279C.335.

  • Public improvement projects located within existing impervious surface areas.

  • Public improvement activity for which a Special Assessment will be levied.


More Definitions of Public improvement

Public improvement means a building or construction work which is constructed under the control of a governmental entity and is paid for in whole or in part with funds of the governmental entity, including a building or improvement constructed or operated jointly with any other public or private agency, but excluding urban renewal demolition and low-rent housing projects, industrial aid projects authorized under chapter 419, emergency work or repair or maintenance work performed by employees of a governmental entity, and excluding a highway, bridge, or culvert project, and excluding construction or repair or maintenance work performed for a city utility under chapter 388 by its employees or performed for a rural water district under chapter 357A by its employees.
Public improvement means a project for construction, reconstruction or major renovation on real property by or for a contracting agency. “Public improvement” does not include:
Public improvement means any beneficial or valuable change or addition, betterment, enhancement or amelioration of or upon any real property, or interest therein, belonging to a public agency, intended to enhance its value, beauty or utility or to adapt it to new or further purposes. The term does not include the direct purchase of materials, equipment or supplies by a public agency or any personal property as defined in subsection B of Section 430.1 of Title 62 of the Oklahoma Statutes; and
Public improvement means those public improvements, including but not limited to, streets, street lights, traffic signals, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, parkway landscaping, irrigation systems, storm drains, sewers, and other public facilities directly related to the Project and required to be constructed and installed in the existing public rights-of-way and/or on areas of the Project to be dedicated to the City by Developer as specifically required under the Existing Development Approvals.
Public improvement means any improvement undertaken by a governing body for
Public improvement means any public improvement which a municipality may lawfully own and operate from which the municipality expects to derive revenues.
Public improvement means a project for construction, reconstruction or major renovation on real property by or for the County. “Public improvement” does not include: