Capital Improvement Plan
Each year the City develops a five-year capital improvement plan. The first year of the plan contains projects that are intended to be funded for construction during that fiscal year, and the remaining four years identify projects that are planned to be funded for those years. As conditions and priorities change, or as additional funding may become available (or unavailable), projects in outlying years can be moved up or added to the project list with each successive five-year CIP document.
Boulder City initiates the five-year CIP process in July of each year, with the goal of adopting a tentative document by the month of December, and the final CIP document is approved concurrently with the City's Operating Budget the following month of May. Below you will find documents for the most recently adopted plan, and, when available, the draft documents for our upcoming fiscal year.
Do you have an idea for a future Capital Improvement Project? Please visit the Capital Improvement Resident Suggestion page to submit your idea.
The FY24 Capital Improvement Plan can be found at this link:
A monthly Capital Improvement Project report is included in the City Manager's report section of the City Council meeting agenda packet. Typically this is published for the second City Council meeting of each month.
You may follow this link to the City's Meeting Agenda Portal: