The Capital Improvement Program, or CIP, is a five-year planning instrument used to identify and coordinate the financing and timing of public improvements. The CIP addresses major public facility improvements for the purpose of repairing, replacing or constructing new portions of the City's physical infrastructure system. CIP projects are categorized by project type:
The CIP provides a means for the City Council to determine capital priorities. Key criteria used for project consideration and prioritization include: health and safety, project costs and funding, Community support, consistency with the General Plan, and on-going maintenance costs. CIP projects are administered by the Engineering Department, under the direction of the City Engineer.
Capital Improvement Program 2013-2017
Update on National City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP), As of September 2013 (PDF)
8th Street Safety Enhancements
8th Street Smart Growth
”A” Avenue Green Street and Pedestrian Pathway
Citywide Bus Shelter Project
Coolidge Avenue Conceptual Plan
D Avenue Roundabout
Las Palmas Park
Safe Route to School
Traffic Signal Timing
Drainage Improvement Project
Outside Agency Projects in National City
Pedestrian and Bicycle Accessibility
Street Resurfacing Projects
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