For the purpose of this article, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ANNUAL PUBLIC ART PROJECT PLAN. Recommendations from the Commission for public art projects and performing arts expenditures proposed for each immediate fiscal year and projections for public art and performing arts expenditures for the next five fiscal years, which report shall be submitted prior to April 1st of each year. The Mayor and City Council will review the plan in a policy session. City Council may amend and approve the final plan by increasing or decreasing the amount of money allocated for public and performing arts projects in a regular session.
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN PROJECT. Any capital project paid for wholly or in part by the City for design services, engineering, and related costs for new construction or the substantial remodeling of any building, structure, park, utility, street, sidewalk, parking facility, bridge or utility undertaking within the limits of the City. Capital improvement plan projects also include capital projects for construction, remodeling, or expansion of water production and storage facilities, wastewater treatment and reclamation facilities, drainage facilities, and infrastructure for water or wastewater projects, within the limits of the City.
COMMISSION. The Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission.
PERFORMING ARTS. Art disciplines, including but not limited to dance, music, and theatre, which are presented in a public forum within the limits of the City.
PUBLIC AND PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAM. Performing Arts or Public Art projects as authorized by this chapter and as recommended by the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the Annual Public Art Project Plan.
PUBLIC ART. Works of art placed in areas accessible to the public. Examples of public art include, but are not limited to, murals, fountains, sculptures, and paintings.