Capital Project Planning for 2023-2028

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Thank you for participating in the virtual workshop!


Your feedback on the preliminary draft 2023-2028 Capital Plan is important and will inform the final 2023-2028 Capital Plan recommended to the Board of Supervisors for approval in March 2023.


Part of the capital planning process means making some hard choices - there is not enough budget to take on all the projects that the community would like to see. We create the preliminary draft plan guided by what we've heard from the community about needs, strategic facility plans, the condition of existing facilities, and operational needs identified by our departments. A large portion of the Capital Plan funds are invested in the required work to maintain and renew our existing facilities. Our draft Capital Plan tries to strike a balance of priorities for the next five years.



What is a Capital Project?

A capital project includes new County buildings, recreational facilities or land acquisition that supports an existing County service or program run by one of our departments and requires capitalization for financial reporting purposes.

Examples of capital projects include improvements to existing County parks, new County libraries, County fire stations, and sheriff stations within the County service area.

What is the Capital Plan?

Our Capital Plan, also known as the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment (CINA), is a forecast of planned and potential capital projects over the next five years.

Why do we create the Capital Plan?

Because all County services and programs require the support of well-maintained facilities to keep our County running smoothly. Investing in these areas help contribute to our quality of life, whether it is how we enjoy public spaces, how we are kept safe, how we adapt to climate change or how we receive core services.


Review the preliminary draft 2023 - 28 Capital Plan here (updated September 30, 2022)


View the full screen StoryMap here.


Please scroll to view the StoryMap below. Jump to a section of most interest by hovering over each heading link and clicking to jump to that section of the StoryMap. Hover over each project narrative to see its location on the map. To learn more about a project narrative, click on it to view more details.







Thank you for participating in the virtual workshop!


Your feedback on the preliminary draft 2023-2028 Capital Plan is important and will inform the final 2023-2028 Capital Plan recommended to the Board of Supervisors for approval in March 2023.


Part of the capital planning process means making some hard choices - there is not enough budget to take on all the projects that the community would like to see. We create the preliminary draft plan guided by what we've heard from the community about needs, strategic facility plans, the condition of existing facilities, and operational needs identified by our departments. A large portion of the Capital Plan funds are invested in the required work to maintain and renew our existing facilities. Our draft Capital Plan tries to strike a balance of priorities for the next five years.



What is a Capital Project?

A capital project includes new County buildings, recreational facilities or land acquisition that supports an existing County service or program run by one of our departments and requires capitalization for financial reporting purposes.

Examples of capital projects include improvements to existing County parks, new County libraries, County fire stations, and sheriff stations within the County service area.

What is the Capital Plan?

Our Capital Plan, also known as the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment (CINA), is a forecast of planned and potential capital projects over the next five years.

Why do we create the Capital Plan?

Because all County services and programs require the support of well-maintained facilities to keep our County running smoothly. Investing in these areas help contribute to our quality of life, whether it is how we enjoy public spaces, how we are kept safe, how we adapt to climate change or how we receive core services.


Review the preliminary draft 2023 - 28 Capital Plan here (updated September 30, 2022)


View the full screen StoryMap here.


Please scroll to view the StoryMap below. Jump to a section of most interest by hovering over each heading link and clicking to jump to that section of the StoryMap. Hover over each project narrative to see its location on the map. To learn more about a project narrative, click on it to view more details.




Page last updated: 01 Feb 2023, 03:09 PM