For the purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings:
   ACT. The Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Act (Cal. Public Contract Code §§ 22000 et seq.).
   CITY MANAGER. The City Manager or designee.
   COMMISSION. The California Uniform Construction Cost Accounting Commission.
   FACILITY. Any plant, building, structure, ground facility, utility system, subject to the limitation of division (1)(c) of the definition for public project below, real property, streets and highways, or other public work improvement.
   PUBLIC PROJECT. Has the meaning assigned to it under Cal. Public Contract Code § 22002, as may be amended from time to time.
      (1)   Public project means any of the following:
         (a)   Construction, reconstruction, erection, alteration, renovation, improvement, demolition and repair work involving any city-owned, leased or operated facility.
         (b)   Painting or repainting of any city-owned, leased, or operated facility.
         (c)   In the case of a city owned utility system, "public project" shall include only the construction, erection, improvement, or repair of dams, reservoirs, power plants, and electrical transmission lines of 230,000 volts and higher.
      (2)   Public project does not include maintenance work. Maintenance work includes all of the following:
         (a)   Routine, recurring and usual work for the preservation or protection of any city-owned or city-operated facility for its intended purposes.
         (b)   Minor repainting.
         (c)   Resurfacing of streets and highways at less than one inch.
         (d)   Landscape maintenance, including mowing, watering, trimming, pruning, planting, replacement of plants, and servicing of irrigation and sprinkler systems.
         (e)   Work performed to keep, operate, and maintain city-owned water, power or waste disposal systems, including, but not limited to, dams, reservoirs, power plants and electrical transmission lines of 230,000 volts and higher.
(Ord. 1080, passed 11-17-03; Am. Ord. 1303, passed 9-16-20)