City plan

city plan

[′sid·ē ‚plan]
(mapping)
A large-scale, comprehensive map of a city delineating streets, important buildings, and other urban elements; relief is shown when important. Also known as town plan.

City plan

Large-scale map of a city that depicts streets, buildings, and other urban features.

city plan

A large-scale, comprehensive map of a city delineating streets, important buildings, and other urban features compatible with the scale of the map.
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Cities will be conducting public meetings to adopt or update their comprehensive city plan including implementation program as well as budgets to improve city quality.
The Big City Plan, a far-reaching Birmingham City Council initiative to enhance and develop the city centre through regeneration, reaches the end of a three-month public consultation project shortly.
The Big City Plan, the masterplan which will guide city centre development for the next 20 years, scooped the prestigious BEX 2008 international awards held in Valencia, Spain.
The city plans drawdowns of approximately $500,000 each in fiscal 2006 and 2007.
Included are city plans from the Beaux Arts (World Centre of Communication, 1912) to International Style Modernism (La Ville Radieuse), from totalitarian Classicism (pre- and post-war Berlin) to the would-be Structuralist freedoms of Yona Friedman's Ville Spatiale of 1959.
The pledged revenues are expected to be leveraged further beyond the forthcoming taxable series 2005B bonds as the city plans to issue approximately $87 million of additional parity excise tax revenue bonds in calendar 2006.
In addition, the city plans to fund a substantial amount of future capital needs with operating revenues.
The flexibility offered by this sound coverage is offset by city plans to deplete all of the enterprise's unrestricted cash reserves and a portion of the restricted cash reserves to defease the bonds, leaving only the small amount of reserves that are required under the bond resolution.
The city plans to insure the bonds through a 'AAA' rated monoline insurance company.
The city plans to select an operator later this summer.
The city plans to expand the network to include other jurisdictions as well as fire, EMS and other public safety operations.
Construction industry leaders like Richard Anderson, president of the New York Building Congress, say the critical issue is whether or not the Council will downscale the plan, which could dilute the city's revenue stream from future development of the area--an essential factor in repaying the high interest bonds the city plans to use to finance the first phase of development.