Urban district definition

Urban district means the territory contiguous to and including any street or highway which is built up with structures devoted to business, industry or dwelling houses situated at intervals of less than 100 feet for distance of a quarter of a mile or more, and the character of such territory is indicated by official traffic control devices. (ORC 4511.01(PP))
Urban district means the territory contiguous to and including any street which is built up with structures devoted to business, industry, or dwelling houses situated at intervals of less than one hundred feet [30.48 meters] for a distance of a quarter of a mile [402.34 meters] or more.
Urban district means the territory contiguous to and including any street,

Examples of Urban district in a sentence

Ms. Myers pointed out that Sebastian City Council, in the past, was not in favor of their proposal for an advisory committee.

They can opt for two nearby units in the same district (other than the Urban district) by submitting two application forms.

For example, conversion of an agriculturally-zoned parcel to residential zoning usually requires the following approvals:•amendment of the County General Plan to reflect the desired residential use; •approval by the State Land Use Commission to reclassify the parcel from the Agricultural district to the Urban district; •amendment of the County Community Plan; and •County approval to rezone the property to the precise residential use desired.

Bengaluru (Urban) district consists of Charnokites and peninsular gneisses complex.

Cyrtodactylus srilekhae has been described in 2016 from Thathaguni, Bengaluru Urban district.


More Definitions of Urban district

Urban district means the territory adjacent to and including a highway, if the territory is improved with structures that are used for business, industry, or dwelling houses and are located at intervals of less than 100 feet for a distance of at least one-quarter mile on either side of the highway.
Urban district means a part of the State constituted as an urban district under section 106.
Urban district means the territory continuous to and including any highway or street which is built up with structures devoted to business, industry or dwelling houses, situated at intervals of less than one hundred (100) feet for a distance of one-quarter (1/4) mile or more on either side.  Schools and school crossings. Identify only those schools abutting the highway and show their exact locations. Show all school crosswalks.  Important traffic generators. These include factories, drive-in theatres, and other establishments that attract large volumes of traffic. DocuSign Envelope ID: F09708A9-72F3-4154-AEDE-751E59B5E1DF  Ball bank readings. Show each direction of travel for all curves having a safe speed of 10 M.P.H. (Miles Per Hour) or more, below the statewide maximum speed limit.  Data by which the limits of the zone can be described. These data include station numbers and control and section numbers. Milepost numbers may be used if they are accurate.  The limits of any incorporated city or town. Station numbers or Milepost numbers, control and section numbers should be shown for these points.  All railroad crossings with name of railroad. Indicate the number of tracks and type of grade crossing protection.  Show traffic control devices such as signals and regulatory and warning signs.  Plot accident data on the strip map at locations where recommended speed zones (because of high crash experience, using the most recent calendar available) will be 5 M.P.H. or more below the 85th percentile speed.  Show land development, i.e., open, residential, business.  Show Right-Of-Way (ROW), road bed width, surface width and type.  Show restricted sight distance, curves over 2 degrees and grades over 3%  Prepare a Summary Report to be submitted with the strip map. • Deliverables include a Summary Report and data compiled on a speed zone strip map prepared on Graphics Microstation latest format. • The minimum Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) detailing and plotting requirements are:  All CADD files shall be in 2D.  All CADD files provided shall be MicroStation generated.  The name of the CADD files shall appear on each drawing, with the text large enough to be legible on half scale (11 inches X 17 inches) drawings.  All CADD files shall be created using the State’s font library (txfont) and/or the State’s resource file (txdot.rsc), line style library (lstyle.rsc) using font 1 only; this will ensure proper display of text on standards and transferred DocuS...
Urban district means "district" as defined in this section.
Urban district means the territory contiguous to and including any street which is built
Urban district means an area designated by the Authority as the main area of operation of an urban brigade;
Urban district means an area designated by the Authority as the main area of operation of an urban brigade; S. 3(1) def. of "vessel" inserted by No. 50/1989 s. 4(1).