Public Places definition

Public Places means enclosed areas within publicly and privately owned buildings, structures, facilities, or complexes that are open to, used by, or accessible to the general public. Public places include, but are not limited to, stores, banks, eating establishments, bars, hotels, motels, depots and transit terminals, theaters and auditoriums, enclosed sports arenas, convention centers, museums, galleries, polling places, hospitals and other health care facilities of any kind (including clinics, dental, chiropractic, or physical therapy facilities), automotive service centers, general business offices, nonprofit entity offices and libraries. Public places further include, but are not limited to, hallways, restrooms, stairways, escalators, elevators, lobbies, reception areas, waiting rooms, indoor service lines, checkout stations, counters and other pay stations, classrooms, meeting or conference rooms, lecture rooms, buses, or other enclosed places that are open to, used by, or accessible to the general public.
Public Places means any enclosed areas to which the public is invited or in which the public is permitted.

Examples of Public Places in a sentence

No Person shall tamper, damage, or interfere with a life saving device placed on Streets or Public Places for the purpose of helping someone in distress, unless such life saving device is used for that purpose.

And the street drinkers are no longer in Bowling Alley or in the town centre of Dorchester because of Section 30 and the seizure of their drink [under an Alcohol Consumption in Public Places Designation Order].

Shire of York, Local Law – Trading in Thoroughfares and Public Places fees for annual operation are currently (2014/15)$1100.00.

No Person shall climb on or damage, deface, destroy, remove or interfere with any trees, shrubs or other natural vegetation, street furniture, fencing, protection system, signs, improvements in Public Places or any Public Utility system or work of the Town.

Policy U7 Places for Children to Play is the equivalent of LCE 4 and U15 Art in Public Places adds to URB 29 by referring to delivery via S106.

More Definitions of Public Places

Public Places means public streets, public walkways, public rights of way, public parks, and any other public gathering areas. However, Public Places shall not include the interior of buildings or the interior of parking garages owned or operated by the City of Stamford or any other governmental agency, or the immediate entrances and exits to buildings or parking garages owned or operated by the City of Stamford or any other governmental agency.
Public Places means properties that are owned by the Municipality;
Public Places means all streets, avenues, alleys, eligible publicly owned parking lots and privately owned parking lots open to the public for parking in the City, approved City-owned facilities, and the following City parks: Odd Fellows, Sight and Sound, Elks- Riverside, West Bank, Margaret, Whittier, Gibson, Lions and West Kiwanis. This definition does not include the premises licensed for the sale of liquor or beer at retail by the Liquor Division of the Montana Department of Revenue. For purposes of this definition the term "premises" shall have the same meaning attributed to that term by the Department of
Public Places means and includes all grounds, other than streets or parks, owned by, leased to, or otherwise under the control of the City of Encinitas.
Public Places means any Highway and the specified portions of the properties owned and controlled by the Municipality as identified in Schedule A, but excludes any Unopened Road Allowance;