FY2022-2027 Capital Improvements Program (CIP)

Proposed 2022-2027 CIP Documents

What is the CIP?


The five-year Capital Improvements Program (CIP) identifies capital needs of the community and indicates how these needs will be funded over the five year period. In general, only projects that cost more than $150,000 and have a useful life in excess of five years qualify for funding in the CIP. The CIP is updated annually and is subject to change with each update.

Interactive CIP Map


Explore active and recently completed CIP and general maintenance projects throughout the City on the CIP and Infrastructure Project Map. This map is updated quarterly with new highlighted projects and status updates. To learn how to view and use the map, please watch this video

CIP Meetings

February 3, 2021: Proposed CIP Presentation to the Planning Commission

February 17, 2021: Anticipated Recommendation of the CIP by Planning Commission

March 8, 2021: City Manager Presents the Proposed FY2022 Budget and FY2022-2027 CIP to the City Council

March 11, 2021: Virtual Town Hall Meeting (Noon to 1:30 p.m.)

March 15, 2021: City Council Work Session on the Proposed FY2022 Budget and FY2022-2027 CIP

March 22, 2021: City Council's First Reading of the Proposed FY2022 Budget and FY2022-2027 CIP

April 5, 2021: City Council Work Session on the Proposed FY2022 Budget and FY2022-2027 CIP

April 12, 2021: Public Hearing of the Proposed FY2022 Budget and FY2022-2027 CIP at the City Council Meeting

April 15, 2021: Virtual Town Hall Meeting (7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

April 19, 2021: City Council Work Session on the Proposed FY2022 Budget and FY2022-2027 CIP

April 26, 2021: Public Hearing and Anticipated Adoption of the Proposed FY2022 Budget and FY2022-2027 CIP at the City Council Meeting