Street medians and boulevard areas may contain sidewalks, utility installations, signs, benches, and other structures.
The City of Great Falls has thousands of beautiful trees located on private residential properties, in the Boulevard District, in public places and on commercial properties. One of the Park and Recreation Department's responsibilities is to maintain the City's inventory of over 30, trees located in parks, the Boulevard District, golf courses, and other public places.
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Urban Forestry/Natural Resources. One of the Park and Recreation Department's responsibilities is to maintain the City's inventory of over 33, trees located in parks, boulevards, golf courses, and other public places. Trees are a valuable, important assets because they greatly enhance the community appearance, quality of life, and environment.
code of ordinances. official code of the city of great falls: supplement history table appendix b.
In addition to caring for trees and vegetative growth on owned property, the person in control of the property is charged with care, maintenance and full responsibility for trees and all vegetative growth on adjacent streets, alleys, boulevards and public ways; provided, that to maintain rights-of-way, clear vision zones and unobstructed view, traffic-control signs and devices, the city may in its discretion prune and remove trees and other vegetative growth.
list of required trees for boulevard areas and street medians: appendix c. traffic calming measures: appendix d. sample hold harmless agreement: appendix e. city of great falls evasion criteria for local determination of evasion of the.
Section 2 - - Duties and Responsibilities.
ordinance an ordinance by the city commission of the city of great falls, montana, to dedicate as public right-of-way a sixty foot wide strip of land more particularly described hereinbelow; all as shown on the map attached hereto marked exhibit"a" and by this reference made a part hereof. ordinance. an ordinance amending title 17, chapters 32 and 36, of the official code of the city of great falls (occgf), pertaining to driveways and off-street parking Ordinance/Resolution ID: Tree Ordinances Boulevard trees should be raised up 14ft above the road and 11ft above the sidewalk.
The City of Billings recognizes trees as an important part of the community. Tree ordinances or laws are established to help protect and promote the natural resource for future generations. City of Billings Tree ordinances.
Sec. title streets, sidewalks, trees, and shrubbery. chapter 1.
boulevards: chapter 2. discovery gallery.