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The city of Peoria Municipal Complex is home to City Hall, the Council Chambers, the Main Library, the Development and Community Services Building, the Public Safety Administration Building, and the Municipal Court.

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The Seattle Mariners and the San Diego Padres conduct spring training at the Peoria Sports Complex each February and March. Everything you need to know is at PeoriaSpringTraining.com.

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The city of Peoria, Arizona is proud to be the "Gateway to Lake Pleasant," one of the finest water recreation areas in Arizona.

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The Peoria Center for the Performing Arts consists of a 280 seat main stage auditorium and an 80+ seat black box theater, designed to bring award winning community theater to downtown Peoria. 

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Special Events, sponsored and hosted by the city, held throughout the year at the Peoria Sports Complex, Oldtown Peoria and other areas.

The Peoria Sports Complex is home to the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners during spring training, and many other events throughout the year.

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Chapter 23 - Streets, Sidewalks and Public Improvements 


23-1. Reserved.
23-2. Reserved.

23-3. Engineering; superintendent of streets; city engineer; designation.

23-4. Engineering Department; establishment; divisions; position classification plan.
23-5. Obstruction of streets.
23-6. Digging ditches across streets.
23-7. Protection of excavations.
23-8. Dangerous construction.
23-9. Building material on streets and sidewalks.
23-10. Reserved. 
23-11. Street naming; street name changes. 
23-12. House and building numbers to be displayed.
23-13. Streets; mandatory minimum development requirements
23-14. Streets; dedication and improvement requirements; initial analysis.
23-15  through 23-17. Reserved.
23-18. Streets; establishment or alteration.
23-19. Street Classification Map.
23-20. through 23-21. Reserved. 
23-22. Scallops; street Construction; definitions.
23-23. Scallops; street construction; appeals.
23-24. Scallops; Construction of streets; limitations on
non-improvement district assessments.

23-25. Reserved.
23-26. Scallops; Resolution of Intention to Order Improvements.
23-27. Scallops; Notice of Assessments.
23-28. Scallops; Adoption and Imposition of Assessments.
23-29. Scallops; Limitation on Assessments.
23-30. Scallops; Collection; Payment and Satisfaction of Assessments.
23-31. Scallops; appeals.
23-32. Public Improvement Repayment Charges; Definitions.
23-33. Public Improvement Repayment Policy.
23-34. Public Improvement Repayment; Construction of special public improvements.
23-35. Public Improvement Repayment; Authorization of repayment agreements.
23-36. Public Improvement Repayment; Repayment agreements; terms; collections; and costs.
23-37. Public Improvement Repayment; Reimbursement amounts payable to city.
23-38. Public Improvement Repayment; Notice of intention to approve special public improvements.
23-39. Public Improvement Repayment; Assessment districts, improvement districts; general obligation
bond projects; cost apportionment.

23-40. Sidewalk; duty to maintain.
23-41. Sidewalks; liability of abutting property owners for defects. 
23-42. Sidewalks; damage during construction.
23-43. Sidewalks; Repair by property owner -- Generally.
23-44. Sidewalks; failure to repair.
23-45. Sidewalks; appeals.
23-46. Sidewalks; construction.
23-47. Sidewalks; specifications.
23-48. through 23-49. Reserved.
23-50. Standard specifications for public works.
23-51. Construction; public works; permit required.
23-52. Construction; permit application; fees.
23-53. Construction; financial assurance.
23-54. Construction; pavement cuts.
23-55. Right of City to repair street cuts.
23-56. Duty of person to repair street.
23-57. Street name; regulatory and warning sign installation fee.
23-58. Construction; permits; qualifications of applicant.
23-59. Driveways; rules and regulations
23-60. Driveways; construction standards.
23-61. Variances from driveway and alley standards.
23-62. Compliance with standard details and specifications.
23-63. Restoration of street pavement, curb, gutter and sidewalk.
23-64. Liability of persons repairing street for defective repair.
23-65. Revocable Permits; authorization to issue.
23-66. Revocable Permits; application fee.
23-67. Revocable Permits; modification or waiver of fee.
23-68. Revocable Permits; failure to pay.
23-69. Street lighting; requirements. 
23-70. Street lighting system, electric utility companies, standards.
23-71. Street lighting systems: design, plans, installation and dedications.
23-72. Streetlight improvement districts.
23-73. Easements; reservation; extinguishment.
23-74. Easements; rights of way on Federal Patent Lands; applications; fees.
23-75. Parking Lots; Unpaved Roads; Vacant Lots; definitions minimum standards; dust control, notice.
23-76. Parking Lots; Unpaved Roads; Vacant Lots; particulate reduction; nuisance, abatement
23-77. Parking Lots; Driveways; Private Streets; violations; penalties
23-78. Parking Lots; Unpaved Roads; Vacant Lots; withholding of permits; approvals; utility services.
23-79. Reserved.
23-80. Reserved.
23-81. Reserved.
23-82. Streets and Utilities; dedication and improvement requirements.
23-83. Appeals and Modifications; streets and utilities;
dedication and improvement requirements.

23-84. through 23-89. Reserved
23-90. Telecommunications; license, revocable permit or franchise required; proposal.
23-91. Telecommunications; revocable permits; authorized
23-92. Telecommunications; rights of way; definitions.
23-93. Telecommunications, coverage; exemptions.
23-94. Telecommunications corporations; compensation.
23-95. Telecommunications; rights of way; rights reserved to City.
23-96. Telecommunications corporations licenses; length.
23-97. Telecommunications; License or Franchise application.
23-98. through 23-99. Reserved.
23-100. Telecommunications; location and relocation of facilities in rights-of-way.
23-101. Telecommunications; conflict with city/town projects.
23-102. Telecommunications; damage to city rights-of-way and facilities.
23-103. Telecommunications; relocation of facilities.
23-104. Telecommunications; rights reserved to city.
23-105. Telecommunications; city police power; continuing jurisdiction.
23-106. Telecommunications; compliance