PROPOSED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
FISCAL YEAR 2023 - 2027
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Montgomery County's digital Capital Budget and Capital Improvement Program provides our community with an easy to use, interactive and engaging version of our annual publication. Use this site to learn more about the County's capital improvement projects.
iTRADITIONAL BUDGET BOOK: MONTGOMERY COUNTY PA, PROPOSED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 2023 - 2027
Montgomery County prepares a five year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) in conjunction with the annual budget process. The CIP incorporates the goals of “The Comprehensive Plan for Montgomery County” (Montco 2040: A Shared Vision) and identifies projected expenditures and revenue sources for each project.
The capital planning process commences in June when departments are required to update current capital projects and identify new capital project needs. Departmental capital requests are collaboratively evaluated by Senior Management, the County's Budget Team and reviewed with staff from Assets and Infrastructure, Commerce, Information Technology Solutions, Judicial, Planning Commission, Public Safety and other County departments.
Funding requests are evaluated and prioritized using criteria that includes the relationship to the Montco 2040: A Shared Vision Comprehensive Plan (see below), completion of projects included in the prior year's CIP and already underway, and mandated improvements to County infrastructure.
After prioritization, projects are balanced against available funds and presented to the Board of Commissioners (BOC) for consideration. In accordance with State law and the County code, the BOC holds a public hearing and adopts a capital budget for the upcoming fiscal year (2023) and a capital plan for the five year period (2023 – 2027) by December 31, 2022.
Funding requests are evaluated and prioritized using criteria that include the relationship to the Montco 2040: A Shared Vision Comprehensive Plan, completion of projects included in the prior year's CIP and already underway and mandated improvements to County infrastructure.
- Collaboration among stakeholders
- Improved transportation choices
- Trails and greenways connecting multiple places
- Vibrant downtowns and destinations accessible by everyone
- Modernized infrastructure network
- Improved stormwater management
- Protected natural resources
- Opportunities for healthy lifestyles
- Diverse housing choices
- Enhanced community character
- Improved transportation access
- Focused development
- Attraction and retention of businesses
- Flexibly adapting to changing market conditions
- Marketing of assets
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Montgomery County Campus Redevelopment plan comprises six individual construction projects in downtown Norristown.
The Montgomery County Roads and Bridges Division maintains 133 bridges and over 75 miles of roadway throughout the County.
The Montgomery County Planning Commission (MCPC) works to maintain and improve the County's quality of life by promoting sound planning, strengthening the transportation network, supporting healthy and prosperous communities, and working to create vibrant places and protect natural and historic resources.
Montgomery County Parks, Trails and Historic Sites provide a premier system of natural, recreational and historical sites within the County.
The Department of Public Safety employs a highly qualified and trained team of public safety professionals who work around the clock to create a safer County for residents and visitors.
The Public Property Department provides building and property management/maintenance services to County departments in a cost effective manner.
The Montgomery County Correctional Facility houses both male and female offenders who have been sentenced and individuals awaiting trial.
The Information and Technology Solutions Department provides County departments with the highest level of support, utilizing proven industry standards and technologies.