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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP)

Every two years, the Community Development Department begins its strategic planning process for key City documents, including the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The Engineering Division is responsible for preparing and updating the City’s Capital Improvement Program budget.

The biennial CIP budget is a planning instrument used by the City to identify capital improvement needs and to coordinate financing and timing of those needs in a manner that maximizes benefit to the public. The purpose of the CIP is to provide the City with a long-range program for major municipal capital construction projects based upon the systematic development of an accompanying financial plan. The CIP document is a statement of the City’s goals, objectives and priorities for a two-year period as well as the financial commitments required in order to accomplish those objectives.  As each biennial budget is prepared, additional projects and priorities are identified and added to the CIP.

CONSTRUCTION PLAN NOTES:

  • Erosion & Sediment Control Notes 
  • General Notes
  • Grading Notes
  • Paving Notes
  • Signing & Striping Notes