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BOULEVARD Refers to land shown as a road, or a road right of way, on a plan of survey filed or registered in a land titles office but does not include a Roadway (for example, median).
DISTRICT PARK A large park located within a neighbourhood intended to be used by residents within a district (for example, Coronation Park or Jackie Parker Park).
HIGHWAY Refers to any thoroughfare, street, road, trail, avenue, parkway, driveway, viaduct, lane, alley, square, bridge, causeway, trestleway or other place or any part of any of them, whether publicly or privately owned, that the public is ordinarily entitled or permitted to use for the passage or parking of vehicles.
IMPROVED TRAIL Refers to an identifiable path, track or public right of way on Parkland intended for use by pedestrians and Vehicles other than Motor Vehicles that has: (i) a surface width equal to or greater than one and a half metres; and (ii) an improved surface such as pavement, granular material or mulch or a maintained grass surface.
MAJOR PARK Large park located in the river valley (for example, Rundle Park or Hawrelak Park).
NEIGHBOURHOOD PARK Small park centrally located within a neighbourhood intended to be used by residents within a neighbourhood (for example, Inglewood Park, Lansdowne Park).
PEST An organism that causes damage, is a nuisance or interferes with the health, environmental, functional or aesthetic objectives of human beings.
PESTICIDE A substance that prevents, repels, alters or kills unwanted pests. Pesticides include insecticides used against insects, herbicides to control weeds, rodenticides for rodent control, fungicides to control fungi and so on.
PIPELINE CORRIDOR A corridor for a pipeline with a turf or a combination of turf and concrete surface.
RAVINE AREA A small valley including naturally wooded or grassy areas that may include developed turf.
ROADWAY Refers to that part of a Highway intended for use by vehicular traffic but does not include an Improved Trail or an Unimproved Trail.
SCHOOLGROUND Joint use (Parks/School Board) areas within the school ground property, excluding the school frontage.
UNIMPROVED TRAIL Refers to an identifiable path, track or public right of way on parkland intended for use by pedestrians and vehicles other than motor vehicles that has: (i) a surface width equal to or greater than a half metre; and (ii) a natural surface.
UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY A corridor for utility lines such as power, water or natural gas, with a turf surface.
WALKWAY A corridor for public foot traffic with a surface of turf or a surface combination of turf and concrete.
WEED A plant that grows in a Parkland area that is not intentionally sown or planted and is deemed undesirable.

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