5 Year Capital Improvement Plan

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM POLICY

The purpose of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is to implement and facilitate the city’s comprehensive plan. . A capital improvements program is a blueprint for planning a community's capital expenditures and is one of the most important responsibilities of local government officials.

Capital Improvement: An expenditure in excess of $50,000 for the planning, design and construction of a physical improvement and/or associated fixed equipment and having a useful life of five years or more. An initial project cost shall include all factors of the project (i.e. land, buildings, machinery, equipment, furniture). This definition is intended to include, but not limited to, the following:. Any acquisition of land for a public purpose. - All related expenditures for land whether or not they meet the dollar limitation previously mentioned. This includes right-of-way acquisitions.
1.Any construction of a new facility (a public building, or water lines, playfield etc), or an addition to, or extension of, such a facility and all related expenditures for structures regardless of cost (ie., architectural, renovation, addition to, engineering).
2.A nonrecurring rehabilitation (something which is infrequent and would not be considered annual or other recurrent maintenance and repair) or major repair of all or a part of the a building, its grounds, or a facility, including streets, sewer, water, and storm drainage, provided that the cost is $50,000 or more and the improvement will have a useful life of 10 years or more;
3.Any planning, feasibility, engineering, or design study related to an individual capital improvement project, or to a program that is implemented through individual capital improvement projects

* 1. Please rate the importance of each capital project.  A score will be given based on your answer.

  SHOULD NOT BE INCLUDED NEED FOR THE COMMUNITY MODERATELY IMPORTANT VERY IMPORTANT URGENT - NOW!
EAST SIDE SEWER - The current collection system is nearing maximum capacity where two 15-inch sewer lines connect to a single 21-inch clay line. The 21-inch clay line needs to be addressed from College Farm Road to the city Rec Hall. - 10,000,000
WATER & SEWER UTILITY LINES REHABILITATION - Annual replacement of failing and/or undersized utility lines. - Estimated $1,000,000
FULL WATER SYSTEM EVALUATION - Full system evaluation of both Water Production and Water Distribution systems. - $120,000
GARFIELD 750,000 GAL GROUND STORAGE TANK REHAB - Repainting the outside and recoating the inside of the storage tank. $550,000
BASIN 6 EVALUATION (50% COVERAGE) - PHASE II - Evaluation of each individual sanitary sewer basin will assist in the identification and prioritization of repair efforts. - $73,611
BASIN 5 EVALUATION - Evaluation of each individual sanitary sewer basin will assist in the identification and prioritization of repair efforts. - $60,000
BASIN 9 EVALUATION - Evaluation of each individual sanitary sewer basin will assist in the identification and prioritization of repair efforts. - $50,000
BASIN 2 EVALUATION - Evaluation of each individual sanitary sewer basin will assist in the identification and prioritization of repair efforts. - $48,000
BASIN 1 EVALUATION - Evaluation of each individual sanitary sewer basin will assist in the identification and prioritization of repair efforts. - $45,000
BASIN 4 EVALUATION - Evaluation of each individual sanitary sewer basin will assist in the identification and prioritization of repair efforts. - $50,000
PRIMARY TREATMENT SYSTEM GENERATOR - The Primary Treatment System Generator will operate the major treatment components such as clarifiers and aerators in the wastewater treatment plant during electrical power failure. - $165,000
STREET RECONSTRUCTION - Annual Street Maintenance and Reconstruction Projects. - $1,000,000
LANDFILL SHREDDER - Landfill shredders shred incoming materials to reduce waste, size and air voids and allow for more complete compaction. $650,000
DOWNTOWN HISTORICAL BRICKS - Preserve and rebuild the downtown streets using the historical bricks.  Graham, Washington, Belknap, and College St. will be paved with the bricks to celebrate and embrace our historical downtown area around the square. 
SHEPARD STREET AND MUSEUM PARKING - Renovation of Shepard Street and the construction of an asphalt parking lot between the Oxford House and the Bosque River Trail.- $125,000
FUTURE - BOSQUE RIVER TRAIL - PHASE III - Extend the Bosque River Trail from Linvleville Rd. to River North. $350,000
REPAIR PARK ROADS - Repair various park roads in City Park - $50,000
PARK RESTROOM - AMPHITHEATER - Build Restroom near Amphitheater - $110,000
PARK RESTROOM - NORTH SIDE OF RIVER - Build restroom facilities on the north side of the restrooms. 
- $ 100,000
CITY PARK ADDITIONAL PARKING LOT - Additional parking near Rec Hall at City Park. - $200,000
OPTIMIST JAYCEE PARK TRAIL RESURFACE - Resurface and widen Optimist Jaycee Park Trail - $200,000
OPTIMIST JAYCEE PARK PARKING - Add additional parking to existing parking at Optimist Jaycee Park. 
$100,000
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL FIELD - Construct a baseball/softball field at the New Youth Complex at City Park. - $225,000 
PARK ALONG THE BOSQUE - Add playground/park along the Bosque River Trail with land purchased for the trail. $200,000
FLAG FOOTBALL FIELDS - Install irrigation and plant grass to create flag football fields - $50,000
SHADE OVER BLEACHERS - Build shade structure over bleachers on softball and baseball fields. $50,000
DOG PARK - Using existing City property build a dog park. $50,000
AIRPORT HANGERS - Build additional hangers at the airport - 1,000,000
SENIOR CENTER REMODEL - PHASE II - Remodel the downstairs portion of the Senior - $50,000
SIDEWALK PROJECT - Add sidewalk on E. Tarleton St. from Vine (Bosque River Trail) to Graham St. $100,000
LIGHTS FOR NYC3- Add lights to the Youth Baseball field 3.  $175,000
LIGHTS ON OPTIMIST FIELD - Field Lights are in need of repair and recommended to be changed out.  $175,000
LIGHTS ON SAINT GOBAIN FIELD - Field Lights are in need of repair and recommended to be changed out. $175,000
LIGHTS ON LIONS CLUB FIELD - Field Lights are in need of repair and recommended to be changed out. $175,000
RECREATION CENTER REMODEL - Remodel/Update the Recreation Hall restrooms and add AC/Heat to Center.  - $125,000
LIBRARY/SENIOR CENTER BUILDING - Construct a shared space for the Library and Seniors to Utilize.  Utilizing an area in the City Park, construct a 15,000 square ft. shared space for both Seniors and the Library.  - $1,500,000 
ANIMAL SHELTER - Build a new animal shelter to meet the demands of the community. $1,500,000
Burn Building and Tower at Fire Department Training Field - Designed to facilitate live fire and rescue training.  Current facility was not professionally designed and is 35 years old. - $500,000

* 2. Are there other projects you would like considered for future projects?  Please specify

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