Capital Improvement Prioritization Process

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project list for the city's utilities and streets contains over 230 projects with an estimated construction cost of several hundred million dollars. With limited funding resources available, it is important to ensure that we expend our efforts and resources on those projects which are most critical to maintaining our infrastructure. The development of a CIP, which assesses the risk and costs of mitigation for each project, assists staff in objectively determining which of the projects should be completed first, and just as importantly, which projects can be safely deferred until later or can have their service life prolonged by measures other than capital replacement. The program encompasses the entire city's infrastructure to include:

  • Bridges
  • Buildings
  • Fleet
  • Parks
  • Sanitary sewers
  • Stormwater
  • Streets
  1. Hans Hunger, P.E.

    City Engineer