Capital Improvement Plan
The City of Tallahassee 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)
Adopted 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan
The capital improvement plan (CIP) at the City of Tallahassee is a long-term strategy of the City’s capital investments.
The City uses capital budgeting to ensure the proper maintenance and investment in its infrastructure. The development of the capital improvement plan (CIP) is continuous as departmental project managers evaluate the timeline of each project and maximize the use of available funding throughout each year. Departments review their capital plans in the first quarter of the fiscal year. They adjust their plans as needed throughout the year prior to the City Commission passing the next year’s budget.
Department staff, Resource Management and, the Treasurer-Clerk’s office collaborate on funding for capital needs using a combination of cash and debt as appropriate within policy and credit rating standards.
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Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
Fiscal Year 2022 Capital Budget is $262,430,462
160 Projects Total
5-Year (2022-2026) Total is $1,003,181,066
197 Projects Total
Capital Improvement Plan 5-Year Total
Capital project expenditures are divided into categories:
Capital repair, replacement and improvements and capital equipment.
Improvements and maintenance of drainage, flood protection, and preservation of enhanced water quality.
Software and hardware for technology systems
Capital repair, replacement and improvements to existing facilities and their surroundings.
Roadway improvements, including sidewalk, bike paths, street resurfacing, traffic calming, new traffic signals, and arterial/collector street reconstruction.
Capital repair, replacement and improvements for parks, community centers, aquatics centers, other facilities and their surroundings.
Infrastructure and transportation improvements for Avaition/Starmetro transit and equipment procurement for the City's fleet.
Improvement and replacement of electric, gas, water, and sewer infrastructure and necessary equipment replacement/maintenance for regulatory water and wastewater facilities and solid waste.
Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Total by Category
Capital Improvement Plan Fiscal Year by Funding Source
Funding Sources Include:
• Bond Proceeds
- Airport debt
- Bank loans
- 2018 Bonds
- 2018 Consolidated Utility Services Bonds
- Future Consolidated Utility Services Bonds
- Future bonds for public infrastructure
• General Government
- Gas Tax
- 2020 Sales Tax
- Interlocal Allocations
- Transfer from the General Fund (GGCPA)
- Prior year’s balances for GGCPA
• State Funds
- Community Development Block Grant
- Florida Department of Transportation Grant
• Federal Funds
- Federal Aviation Administration
- American Rescue Plan Revenue Loss
- Federal Transit Administration
- Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
• Renewal, Replacement, & Improvement (RR&I)
• Special Funds
- 800 MHz Fund
- Aviation facility charges and investment funds
- Electric Accounts Receivable
- Energy Conservation Fund
- Fire Construction Fund
- Fleet Reserve Fund
- Water and Sewer System Charges
- Solid Waste Reserve
- Traffic Project A/R Fund
- Utility Services Construction Fund
- Water A/R Project Fund