San Diego

Capital Improvements Program (CIP)

Public Works

Capital Improvements Program Review and Advisory Committee (CIPRAC)

What is CIPRAC?

This advisory committee reviews proposed CIP projects from a citywide perspective, providing the Mayor with proposed CIP budget recommendations and CIP project prioritization recommendations.

Capital Improvements Program (CIP)

Infrastructure Needs

Each City asset-owning department maintains its own list of infrastructure needs. These needs include the construction, purchase, or major renovation of buildings, utility systems and other facilities; in addition to land acquisition and roadway projects.

Capital Improvements Program (CIP)

About the CIP

What is the CIP?

The CIP is the long-range plan for all individual capital improvement projects and funding sources. CIP Projects are unique construction projects that provide improvements or additions such as land, buildings, and infrastructure.

Capital Improvements Program (CIP)

Fund Sources

The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) uses a variety of funding sources to support projects. This section outlines some of the more common funding sources used in the CIP. For further fund information, review the Annual CIP Budget.

Capital Improvements Program (CIP)

Budget Process

The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) budget allocates existing funds and anticipated revenues for CIP projects which supports design and construction of a wide range of infrastructure improvement projects.

Capital Improvements Program (CIP)

Asset Types

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