Protected natural or restored lands that provide a continuous corridor through or around urbanized areas
An area of recreational land that surrounds or winds through a residential area that is used and maintained by several owners in common.
Landscaped and regularly maintained fuelbreak, usually put to some additional use (e.g., golf course, park, playground). see also: Fuelbreak
A wide band of countryside surrounding or intertwined within a city on which building is generally barred, usually large enough to form an adequate protection against objectionable uses of property or the intrusion of nearby development. The concept is of British origin, but in the United States loosely describes almost any kind of green space.
Areas around some major cities designated for special protection against development. There is no Greenbelt anywhere in the District.
Usually referred to as an area around, or within, a city reserved by official authority for park land and open space. Stream corridors are often a key element linking various areas together.
a belt of parks or rural land surrounding a town or city
an open area that may be cultivated or maintained in a natural state surrounding development or used as a buffer between land uses
A linked system of natural areas along the shoreline of a watercourse or body of water, often including public easements, open space land, and public access walkways. A greenbelt typically provides a natural, protective buffer area between the upland and aquatic area, conserves valuable natural resources, and may provide opportunities for passive recreational use.
A regularly maintained fuel break.
Parks, woods, nature trails, wetlands, open space and other greenery areas, including landscaped boulevards, in a community.
an extensive area of largely undeveloped or sparsely occupied land associated with a community set aside to contain development, preserve the character of the countryside and community and provide open space. Return to
a zone of farmland, parkland or open countryside which surrounds an urban area and is designed to prevent urban sprawl. The zone is protected from new developments by law.
Any stretch of park, open space or other natural setting in a community.
An area of parks, landscaping or undeveloped natural land surrounding or within a community.