The Infrastructure and Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) is presented in accordance with Article VI of the City Charter.
While the ICIP does not impart legal authority for capital spending outside of the current fiscal year, the document does constitute the primary basis upon which subsequent annual capital budgets will be formulated and presents a multi-year projection of capital needs and financing requirements.
The final ICIP reflects the collective effort of several city departments and various levels of management and staff.
The ICIP document is intended to be a planning document and financial management tool that projects capital needs and priorities while identifying future financing requirements over the planning period.
As such, the goals of the capital program as set forth in the policy contained herein are as follows:
- Consistently make decisions related to infrastructure and capital improvement aligned with the adopted Strategic Plan.
- Promote financial stability and focus attention on the City’s long term financial capacity to meet capital and operational needs.
- Effectively communicate the City’s priorities and plans for undertaking capital projects to internal and external stakeholders.