FY 2022-23 Adopted Policy Budget
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Prioritization Process was approved by City Council on October 16, 2018 in Resolution No. 87376 C.M.S. The CIP Prioritization Process utilized Mayor and Council priority documents, General Plans and Specific Plans, Council adopted plans, Departmental Strategic Plans and Measure KK Guiding Principles, along with public input to formulate and identify nine values used to rate Citywide Capital Prioritization Factors: 1) Equity, 2) Health and Safety, 3) Existing Conditions, 4) Economy, 5) Environment, 6) Required Work, 7) Improvement, 8) Collaboration and 9) Shovel Ready.
Please explore the full FY 2021-23 Adopted Capital Improvement Program here.
SERVICE IMPACTS & EQUITY CONSIDERATIONS
Clean, Healthy, and Sustainable Neighborhoods
Since the City's FY2019-21 Biennial Budget each project in CIP has been ranked according to the equitable prioritization process. While the CIP Budget undergoes a separate process from the City’s Policy Budget that includes equity prioritization, changes can be made to the CIP Budget through the City’s Biennial Budget cycle. The Proposed Budget allocates additional funding for the projects below.
SIGNIFICANT BUDGETARY CHANGES
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