Public park definition

Public park means an area of land for the enjoyment of the public, having facilities for rest and/or recreation, such as a base- ball diamond or basketball court, owned and/or managed by a city, county, state, federal government, or metropolitan park district. Pub- lic park does not include trails.
Public park means an area of land for the enjoy­ ment of the public, having facilities for rest and/or recreation, such as a baseball diamond or basketball court, owned and/or managed by a city, county, state, federal government, or metropolitan park dis­ trict. Public park does not include trails.
Public park means a park established by the state or a political subdivision of the state including a county, township, municipal corporation, or park district.

Examples of Public park in a sentence

  • Public park facilities, and buildings which are owned and at least seventy-five (75) percent occupied by governmental or nonprofit agencies and organizations.


More Definitions of Public park

Public park means an off-site area of open space that is open to the public and maintained in its natural state or kept for recreation by the State, Local Government or Tribe.
Public park means land that is publicly owned or controlled for the purpose of providing recreation and/or open space for public use.
Public park means an area or portion of an area dedicated or designated by any federal, state, or local agency primarily for public recreational use, whether or not such use is limited to certain times or days, including any land leased, reserved, or held open to the public because of that use.
Public park means any park or other outdoor recreational area or
Public park. - means an active or passive public recreation area together with any accessory buildings or uses complimentary to the said recreational purpose;
Public park means a park, recreation facility or area or
Public park means a development designed or reserved for active or passive recreational use, including all natural and man-made open space and landscaping, facilities, playing fields, and buildings that are consistent with the general purposes of recreation, whether or not such recreational facilities are public operated or operated by other organizations pursuant to arrangements with the public authority owning the public park. Public parks include tot lots, band shells, picnic grounds, pedestrian trails and paths, landscaped buffers, playgrounds, water features, baseball diamonds, football fields, soccer pitches, and similar outdoor sports fields;