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Capital Improvement Projects

Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Map - Current and Future

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) provides for cost-effective design and construction of capital projects. The city's CIP includes projects that provide an enhancement to the quality of life for citizens or result in the reduction of the cost of ongoing maintenance. The city maintains a five-year plan, which is updated annually. Projects include improvements to transportation, city facilities, trails, water, storm sewer, and sanitary sewer systems. This site contains major CIP projects that are of interest to the public. The city also performs ongoing maintenance projects not included on this site. Please click the link above for more information on current and future CIP projects.

Stormwater Utility Capital Improvement Project (CIP) List

2024-2029 Construction Projects

Status

Stormwater Fee Contribution

Local Drainage Improvements

    • Concrete Drainage Repair (Annual)
    • Small Projects Construction (2023 & 2024)

Construction Phase

$100,000/year

Lakeview Estates Drainage Improvements (construction 2024)

Design Phase

$125,000

York Street Bridge over Big Dry Creek

Construction Phase

$1,060,000 (2020)

Todd Creek Drainage Master Plan Update 

 Partnership with Mile High Flood District

Design Phase

$100,000 (2021)

Big Dry Creek Tributaries Major Drainageway Plan Update with Mile High Flood District

Design Phase

$100,000 (2023)

Grange Hall Creek South Tributary Culvert and Detention Improvements at Washington Street

Design Phase

$180,000 (2023)

$500,000 (2024)

$1,500,000 (2025)

Grange Hall Creek 104th Avenue Tributary

Design Phase

$100,000 (2023)
$100,000 (2024)

Pecos Street/Tributary M Culverts

Design Phase

$100,000 (2024)

$250,000 (2025

Basin 4100 Outfall Improvements

Future Project

$300,000 (2028)

Niver Creek Tributary N Improvements at Huron Street

Future Project

$400,000 (2027)

$2,662,000 (2028)