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File #: 2021-4538    Name:
Type: Presentation Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/16/2021 In control: Public Works Committee
On agenda: 12/13/2021 Final action:
Title: FY2023 Capital Improvement Plan Kickoff Discussion
Sponsors: Public Works Admin & Engineering, Binger, George
Attachments: 1. FY23 CIP Kickoff Presentation.pdf
Related files: 2016-0726, 2021-4000, 2020-3809, 2020-3870, 2022-4916, 2022-4839, 2021-4622
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FY2023 Capital Improvement Plan Kickoff Discussion




FY2023 Capital Improvement Plan Kickoff Discussion


Key Issues:

o The Annual CIP develops constrained funding to complete capital projects guided by master planning documents


o Many projects are committed due to public elections for specific projects


o Many more projects are not funded,


o Unfunded projects identified in master planning documents are added to the CIP as funds become available and in accordance
   with guidance from elected officials






Last year, City staff presented several overviews of the annual process to develop a constrained Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) to be funded as part of the annual budget. Generally, it takes several years to accumulate funding to add new projects.  This usually occurs through new elections such as a no-tax-increase bond issue, renewing a sales tax, or user fees. Projects already funded in the CIP can be re-sequenced if priorities change.


In the past year, the City has adopted a new Comprehensive Plan and Strategic Plan developed through public input of stakeholders and guidance from elected officials.  Elected officials have requested earlier input into the annual CIP to prioritize project funding.  This FY2023 CIP kickoff presentation will review the CIP process, required projects, comments from public input, new programs, and a large list of unfunded capital projects to promote discussion and high level guidance in developing the CIP.





Start: CIP Process Starts December 2022

Finish: CIP Adopted as part of Annual Budget





George Binger, Deputy Director of Public Works/City Engineer