Lake Oswego : Capital improvement plan
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The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) forecasts the City's capital needs over a five-year period based on various City-adopted long-range plans, goals and policies. Capital projects are generally large-scale endeavors in terms of cost, size and benefit to the community. The underlying strategy of the CIP is to plan for land acquisition, construction, and major maintenance of public facilities necessary for the safe and efficient provision of services. A critical element of a balanced CIP is the provision of funds to preserve or enhance existing facilities and provide new assets that will aid response to service needs and community growth. The goals of the CIP are to: provide a balanced program for capital improvements given anticipated funding revenues over a five-year planning period; illustrate unmet capital needs based on anticipated funding levels, and; provide a plan for capital improvements which can be used in preparing the capital budget for the coming two fiscal years. [From the Web site]
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