Capital Improvement Program: Public Presentations Scheduled

The public presentations on the CIP begin THIS week - January 10, 2019

Each year, the Planning Commission recommends a new six-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The Department of Planning works with city agencies to solicit project requests, prioritize projects for funding, and prepare the six-year plan. A capital improvement is a long-term investment, typically in physical infrastructure such as roads, monuments, public buildings, parks, or art. 

Want to learn more? Join us at DoP or review the recommendations on our website.

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