Capital Improvements Program (CIP) Budget
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget
- Includes all the Capital Improvement Projects for the current year and the five fiscal years following.
- Helps to better plan, prioritize, and coordinate capital improvement projects
The Capital Budget
- Is the first year of the CIP
- Includes a detailed source of funding for each project
- Is formally adopted by March 15th of each year, in conjunction with the Operating Budget
- Since CIP projects often impact operating costs, the two budgets are tied together.
A Capital Improvement Project
- Is a major expenditure involving all aspects of construction, renovation, and repair of City-owned buildings and infrastructure.
- Usually has a minimum useful life of 10 years, costs exceeding $10,000, and is funded in whole or in part through the issuance of bonds, federal funds, state funds, or user fees specifically designated for that purpose.
- Projects map
View the current and previous year’s CIP budgets below.
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