CIP Fund Portfolio

FY 2024 - 2033 Capital Improvement Program

CIP projects are funded and programmed through one or more of the 23 funds that make up the CIP fund portfolio. Expand any of the Fund Types in the above table to see the Funds that comprise them and their total bugets. You can also click on any of the Funds below to view the CIP Projects they support.

Special Revenue Funds

Fund 210 - Gas Tax

Revenue in this fund is generated by taxes from fuel sales in California for street maintenance and rehabilitation.


Fund 211 - Roadway Repair & Accountability Act (Senate Bill 1)

Revenue in this fund is generated by a gas tax increase that went into effect in 2017. The tax generates additional funds for street maintenance and rehabilitation, as well as for critical safety roadway projects.


Fund 212 - Measure BB (Local Transportation)

Measure BB is an Alameda County sales tax, which renewed the 0.5% transportation sales tax (Measure B) and increased it another 0.5%. Revenue in this fund supports transportation capital improvements for surface streets and upgrades to local transportation infrastructure.


Fund 213 - Measure BB (Pedestrian & Bicycle)

Revenue in this fund is specifically used to address bicycle and pedestrian access, convenience, safety, and usage.


Fund 215 - Measure B (Local Transportation)

Revenue in this fund is generated by the Alameda County 0.5% transportation sales tax, which funds transportation capital improvements for surface streets and the upgrade of local transportation infrastructure. This tax sunsets in FY 2022.


Fund 216 - Measure B (Pedestrian & Bicycle)

Revenue in this fund is restricted to bicycle- and pedestrian-related access, safety, and usage projects.


Fund 218 - Vehicle Registration Fee

Revenue in this fund comes from the Alameda County annual $10 vehicle registration fee and is used for local transportation projects that relate to or benefit the fee payers.


Fund 219 - Measure BB (Paratransit)

Revenue in this fund is specifically used to address paratransit access, convenience, safety, and usage.

CIP Funds

Fund 405 - Capital Projects (Governmental)

This fund is supported by the General Fund, Construction tax, Mutual Aid Overhead, and grants for non-discretionary projects.


Fund 406 - Measure C Capital Projects

Revenue in this fund is generated by the City of Hayward 0.5% sales tax for CIP projects, including restoration and maintenance of City services and facilities.


Fund 410 - Route 238 Corridor Improvement Fund

Revenue in this fund derives from the Local Area Transportation Improvement Program (LATIP) and the PG&E Rule 20A Program for the Mission Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project - Phases 2 and 3.

Fund 411 - Route 238 Settlement

This fund is supported by revenues from the ongoing sale of 10 distinct parcels of former Caltrans 238 property and reimbursement deposits from private developers. It is used to facilitate the new cohesive development of these parcels with the goals of eliminating blight, creating public benefits for the community, and generating excess land value to the City.


Fund 450 - Street System Improvements Fund

This fund is comprised of transfers from the General Fund, Measure B/BB Funds, Fund 210, and Fund 410, for use toward street maintenance and rehabilitation projects.


Fund 460 - Transportation Improvement Fund

Revenue in this fund derives from taxes for specified improvements to residential or commercial property. The funding is primarily used for transportation improvement projects, but any capital expenditure use is permitted.

Enterprise Funds

Fund 603 - Water Replacement

This fund is comprised of transfers from Water Operations for projects related to the water system.


Fund 604 - Water Improvement

This fund is comprised of transfers from Water Operations for projects related to the water system.


Fund 611 - Sewer Replacement

This fund is comprised of transfers from Sewer Operations for projects related to the sewer system.


Fund 612 - Sewer Improvement

This fund is comprised of transfers from Sewer Operations for projects related to the sewer system.


Fund 621 - Airport Capital

This fund is comprised of transfers from Airport Operations for airport-related projects.

Internal Service Fee (ISF) Funds

Fund 726 - Facilities Capital

Revenue in this fund is generated by charges to City departments and is used to support improvements to City buildings.


Fund 731 - Information Technology Capital

This fund is comprised of ISF and supports improvements to the City’s information technology infrastructure.


Fund 736 - Fleet Management Capital (General Fund)

Revenue in this fund is generated by charges to City departments and is used to support purchases of new and replacement vehicles and equipment.


Fund 737 - Fleet Management (Enterprise Funds)

Revenue in this fund is generated by charges to City departments and is used to support purchases of new and replacement vehicles and equipment.