What Constitutes a Public Place

Constitutes a Public Place: As per Law “Public Place” means any place to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access and includes, but is not limited to, streets, highways, and the common areas of schools, hospitals, apartment houses, office buildings, transport facilities, and shops.

Examples of Public Places?

Street, parks, government buildings, etc. Anything owned and operated by the government. Streets, sidewalks, public parks, commons, courthouses, public buildings, bridges, anything built with public funding with the exception of military or police and fire facilities.

List of Public Spaces

The Top Public Spaces in the U.S. and Canada
Temple Plaza, with art by Felice Varini.
Campus Martius Park.
Cal Anderson Park.
Sculptures from Mankato’s 2011 CityArt Walking Sculpture Tour.
Bryant Park.
Pittsburgh Market Square.
Arts District at Bay Street.

Semi-Public Space

A place which is public to people and imposes a set of common, and universally acceptable rules regarding their behaviour i.e. a museum, library, theatre.

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