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Street Designator Definitions

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Street Designator
 Definition (per Ordinance No. 2004-57)
 Blvd or Pkwy A major divided thoroughfare in excess of 5000 feet in length.
A winding main thoroughfare at least 2500 feet in length that
extends the length of a subdivision or complex and that continues
beyond to intersect with other road rights of way.
 Ct, Cv, or Pt
A dead end street or cul-de-sac.

A street with a cul-de-sac on each end or a dead end street with at
least one intersecting cul-de-sac.
Ln or Way
A street that connects one street to another in a subdivision or
Cir A street that returns to itself.
A street that begins and ends at the same cross street such as a semicircle.
A street that loops back into itself without forming a full circle.
Tr or Run
A street located in a rural area at least 1200 feet in length, typically a dead end.
St, Rd, Av, Trc
No set definition - please contact Addressing Department for use.