Capital Improvement Plan

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The Biennial Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) identifies and prioritizes capital improvement projects for funding. These projects generally tend to be special, one-time “events” designed to address a significant community need or problem. Generally, projects over $5,000 are included in the CIP.

Examples of Capital Improvement Projects include (but are not limited to):

  • street and park construction and rehabilitation projects,
  • construction and/or repairs to city facilities,
  • major acquisitions such as new computer systems and other equipment that are not part of a department’s operating budget,
  • feasibility studies to identify or quantify future projects, and
  • some major equipment replacement purchases.

Some special types of projects are not included in the Capital Improvement Plan, despite costing more than $5,000. These projects include (but are not limited to):

  • equipment replaced through the Equipment Replacement fund (radio replacement and routine vehicle replacement),
  • ongoing operating programs that maintain the current level of service, and
  • leasing of property or vehicles.

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