Capital Improvements Program + Maintenance Program

The Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program is a five-year plan to forecast future public improvements and facilities in the city. It provides data concerning need costs, timing, funding sources, budget impacts and alternatives.

Development Process

The process for developing the CIP includes:

  1. During the fall two years prior to the first year of the CIP, staff submit projects for CIP consideration.
  2. Adoption for budget planning purposes happens early the next year.
  3. Revisions occur throughout the year after public hearings.
  4. City Council adopts the CIP in the final form along with the operating budget in August of the second year.
  5. The budget and CIP go into effect Jan. 1 of the third year, and work begins on CIP projects.

2021-2025 Capital Improvements Program + Maintenance Program

City Manager Bill Ebel presented the proposed 2021-2025 CIP to the Governing Body at a City Council Committee of the Whole meeting on January 27, 2020. Governing Body goal area committees will review and revise the proposed plan throughout the month of February. The proposed CIP and the city manager’s presentation are available below.

Members of the Governing Body will hear public input on the CIP at two public hearings:

The 2021-2025 CIP will be scheduled for Governing Body adoption in April for budget planning purposes.


Capital Improvements Program Map

Use the interactive CIP map to locate and see a brief description of construction projects planned in the CIP.