Public Property definition

Public Property means all Assessor’s Parcels which, as of July 1st of the Fiscal Year in which the Special Tax is being levied, are used for rights-of-way or any other purpose and is owned by, dedicated to, or irrevocably offered for dedication to the federal government, the State of California, the County, or any other local jurisdiction, provided, however, that any property leased by a public agency to a private entity and subject to taxation under Section 53340.1 of the Act shall be taxed and classified according to its use.
Public Property means any and all property owned by the City or held in the name of the City by any of the departments, commissions or agencies within the City government.
Public Property means all public property, all public property that is within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution, such as a sidewalk, a street, other thoroughfare, or parking facility, and is adjacent to a facility owned or controlled by the institution if the facility is used by the institution in direct support of, or in a manner related to the institution's educational purposes.

Examples of Public Property in a sentence

Carol Rose, The Comedy of the Commons: Custom, Commerce, and Inherently Public Property, 53 U.

Public Property: All public property, including thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities, that is within the campus, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.

Any construction related work or use of the public right-of-way will be required to obtain the approval of the City of Santa Monica, including but not limited to: Use of Public Property Permits, Sewer Permits, Excavation Permits, Alley Closure Permits, Street Closure Permits, and Temporary Traffic Control Plans.

This bid will be administered and overseen by an authorized designee of the Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department.

Public Property – All public property, including thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities, that is within the campus, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.


More Definitions of Public Property

Public Property means any and all property owned by the city or held in the name of the city by any of the departments, commissions or agencies within the city government.
Public Property means any property within the boundaries of the CFD No. 2006-1 that is expected to be used for rights-of-way, parks, schools or any other public purpose and is owned by or irrevocably offered for dedication to the federal government, the State, the County, the City or any other public agency.
Public Property means any public right-of-way open for the purposes of vehicular travel.
Public Property means any street or highway which shall include the entire width between the boundary lines of every way publicly maintained for the purposes of vehicular travel, and shall also mean any other publicly owned property or facility.
Public Property means any property within the boundaries of CFD No. 2005-01, which is owned by, or irrevocably offered for dedication to, the federal government, the State of California, the County, the City or any other public agency; provided however that any property owned by a public agency and leased to a private entity and subject to taxation under Section 53340.1 of the Act shall be taxed and classified in accordance with its use. Public Property shall also include any property within CFD No. 2005-01 that is used or expected to be used for the Community Conference Center, Aquatics Center, the Public Park, the Public Parking Lot and Golf Drive as defined in the Development Agreement.
Public Property means any property within the boundaries of CFD No. 1 that is owned by the federal government, the State of California, the County, the NCSD, or other public agency.