Civic center


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Civic center

An area of a city containing a grouping of municipal buildings; often includes the city hall, courthouse, public library, and other public buildings.

civic center

An area of a city where municipal buildings are grouped; esp. includes the city hall, court house(s), public library, and other public buildings such as a municipal auditorium, art gallery, etc.
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Celebrations to honor this historic moment will take place in Denver's Civic Center in 2013.
Aside from the courthouse and the library, the civic center houses the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's station and the county's local Health Department and Building and Safety offices.
Civic Center Apartments is adjacent to the Civic Center Auditorium in DeSoto County, one of the fastest growing counties in the U.
Dec 13-22, Ballet Oklahoma, Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 405/848-TOES
of Rancho Cucamonga, California, designed the two-story brick civic center to be energy efficient, compact, and easy for the public to use.
Over the next 25 years, the project will save the Civic Center more than $4 million in utility bills alone.
The successful bidder shall furnish all labor, materials, tools, equipment, machinery, expertise, services, and all else necessary and reasonably inferable from the Bid Documents to supply and deliver approximately, but not limited to 1,884 each - 24"x24", 4,182 each - 12"x12" and 1,651 each - 12"x24" floor tiles for the Hardee County Civic Center located at 515 Civic Center Drive, Wauchula, Florida 33873.
There's going to be a team that comes out of this tournament 1-2 that still will have a chance to have a really good year,'' said Howland, who visited the Lahaina Civic Center during a summer family vacation.
The Red Cross staff will be available at the Civic Center for affected residents tonight (Tuesday) until 5 p.
17, Rio Grande Valley Ballet, McAIlen Civic Center, 1300 S 10th St, 956/630-3287
The property is also near the Civic Center, which includes City Hall, the New York City and State Court systems, as well as the City's municipal and administrative headquarters buildings.
CALMAC's involvement in the project began when Xnergy, an engineering, construction and alternative energy leader, proposed the project to the city council and selected CALMAC to help provide cooling to the civic center.