The City's Capital Improvements Program has two functions. First is to fund a five-year capital plan that is balanced with projected revenues of the City and includes projects of a citywide nature. Second, the City spends 35 percent (approximately $21 million) of sales tax revenues for neighborhood improvements. These revenues fund neighborhood capital improvements requested by residents of each district as solicited through 12 neighborhood hearings. About 700 to 1,000 requests are received every year.
Following are links to current council district neighborhood recommendation, balanced 5-year citywide Capital Improvements Program by category, 5-year capital expenditures by category and fund, projected resources for the 5-year Capital Improvements Program and glossary of terms (require Acrobat Reader):