Dublin City Council has adopted the 2024-2028 Five-Year Capital Improvements Program (CIP), which allocates $256.5 million for new and existing infrastructure in the city. It was developed to advance the City’s Strategic Framework supporting the Sustainability of our City’s finances and environment and funding projects that will Connect our residents through infrastructure and mobility projects. Finally, it was also designed to build a resilient community focusing on safety and resident’s needs with regard to mental and physical health.
“The 2024-2028 CIP provides funding to advance our Strategic Framework on a number of fronts including sufficient funding for the maintenance of current assets, funding for parks and recreation opportunities, and new projects to enhance the City’s infrastructure and improve mobility while staying within the fiscal resources available to us” said Matthew Stiffler, Chief Financial Officer/Director of Finance.
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The CIP is a five-year outlook for anticipated capital projects and is reviewed and updated annually by the City. These projects are primarily related to improvements in transportation, parks, utilities and facilities. The CIP represents a long-term financial plan, which establishes priorities, identifies project costs and phasing, identifies funding sources, and serves as a planning document for capital improvements. The projects and their timing are reviewed annually by City Council, and adopted by Ordinance. As a planning document, the CIP is a fluid document being revisited many times during the course of the year by City Council, and the City’s Administration. Annual revisions to the CIP are based on many considerations, including adjustments in funding sources, construction timing and the changing needs and priorities of the City.
In developing the Five-Year CIP, several elements are taken into consideration:
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