From planning to
pre-design, scheduling to budget approval, and finally to design
and construction, the lifetime of a capital project can span many
years. From gathering community ideas and input to addressing concerns
about design and traffic or other disruptions are just phases of the full cycle.
There are a couple of different key periods where community involvement can
influence projects and ensure they are included in the city budget. The
information here can help you understand how the planning and construction
cycles work and how you can become informed and involved.
A presentation on the why, how, and when of capital project planning, budgeting & construction|
A brief definition of how the City determines what projects are included in the Capital Budget
Volume III of the City's budget includes all capital improvment projects with financial detail
What the City Council requires bureaus to explain in the budget
The planning process follows legal requirements and ensures consistency with the City's Comprehensive Plan