The Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program is a five-year plan to forecast future public improvements and facilities in the city.
The CIP schedules funding for projects that impact your quality of life every day: Things like park restroom and playground improvements, salt storage barns and major street reconstruction projects.
See a full list of the most recently adopted CIP projects to learn more about these expenditures.
The CIP provides data concerning need costs, timing, funding sources, budget impacts and alternatives, which helps the Governing Body and Overland Park residents understand how the City prioritizes specific areas of need.
Your first opportunity to get involved in the process is coming up.
Whether it’s street maintenance, traffic safety, technology updates or something else, share your thoughts about areas where the City should invest funding in the next five years.
Preliminary public hearings on the 2024-2028 CIP are scheduled for:
- The Planning Commission meeting at 1:30 p.m. on November 14 at City Hall
- The City Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. on November 21 at City Hall, 8500 Santa Fe Drive
These in-person hearings provide an opportunity to share early input on the budget development process.
Or, you can fill out an online form to weigh in, now through November 16.
City staff will present a proposed 2024-2028 CIP to the Governing Body in January.
Then, there will be additional opportunities to weigh in at public hearings for the CIP in March of 2023.
To learn more about the CIP, visit the Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program webpage.