Capital Improvement Program

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A Capital Improvement Plan provides a detailed look at a city's infrastructure (buildings, roads, parks, sewer, water, storm drain, etc.) needs.  The City of Manhattan Beach typically works around a five-year Capital Improvement Plan that is updated and presented each fiscal year. 

FISCAL YEAR 2018-2022 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Click here to view the FY 2018-2022 CIP Draft Projects by Fund Spreadsheet.  This spreadsheet lists the draft proposed funded projects and unfunded projects, categorized by their funding source (i.e.: Water Fund, Gas Tax, etc.).

Click here to view the Draft Summary Sheets of the Draft Proposed Funded Projects and Draft Proposed Unfunded Projects.  The Summary Sheets include the general project description, justification, funding source(s), costs and location map. 

The City Council is scheduled to review the FY 2018-2022 Draft CIP Projects at the May 30, 2017 Study Session in City Council Chambers.  The City Council is scheduled to adopt the proposed FY 2018-2022 Capital Improvement Plan at its June 20, 2017 meeting.

If you have any questions about these draft documents or the CIP program, please contact the Engineering Division at (310) 802-5353.

FISCAL YEAR 2017-21 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Click here to view the Fiscal Year 2017-2021 Capital Improvement Plan. It was officially adopted by City Council on June 21, 2016.

 

If you have an idea for a new Capital Improvement Plan project, you can submit it by using this Service Request form.