If, after any such public hearing the Council determines that the creation of an Underground Utility District will further the public health, safety, and welfare by promoting one or more of the purposes set forth in Section 17.24.020 of this Chapter, the Council shall, by resolution, designate the proposed area of an Underground Utility District and order the removal and underground installation of existing Overhead Facilities within that District, except as otherwise provided in this Chapter. Such resolution shall include a description of the area comprising such District; a determination as to whether the undergrounding will avoid or eliminate a heavy concentration of Overhead Facilities; whether the street, road, or right-of-way is extensively used by the general public and carries a heavy volume of pedestrian or vehicular traffic; whether the street, road, or right-of-way adjoins a civic area or public recreation area or an area of unusual scenic interest to the general public; whether said street, road, or right-of-way is considered an arterial or collector road as defined in the City of Anaheim General Plan's Circulation Element or similar or successor source; or whether the undergrounding will reduce fire risk and/or enhance electric service reliability. The decision of the Council shall be final and conclusive. (Ord. 5281 § 1 (part); January 14, 1992: Ord. 6416 § 3 (part); August 15, 2017.)