Definition of citywide
: including or involving all parts of a city a citywide blackout
Examples of citywide in a Sentence
The ban on smoking in public places is citywide.
Recent Examples of citywide from the Web
Grosso, of the D.C. Council, had requested information about all special school placements dating to 2014, the year in which the citywide lottery was launched.
Jungle Island’s lease with the city of Miami, which owns Watson Island, includes the potential for a hotel development but with the caveat that it must be approved via a citywide referendum.
He’s also been involved in a citywide task force assessing the opioid epidemic in the region.
In July 1939, Milwaukee Public Schools' Division of Municipal Recreation and The Milwaukee Journal joined forces on a citywide outdoor junior chess tournament at Merrill Park.
That compares with the latest citywide average of about 1 percent.
The city of Carlsbad opened the park to the public in 2003 and connected it to the citywide trails system via the 4-mile long Rancho Carrillo trail.
The citywide arts project uses funds from the city’s Urban Art program, which is designed to promote diversity and stimulate the local cultural environment, according to the program’s website.
North Miami’s beautification program will be citywide and is specifically for property owners who have homes in poor or substandard condition.
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: including or involving all parts of a city
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