The City of St. Helena’s five-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a multi-year planning instrument to guide the construction of new facilities/infrastructure; and for the expansion, rehabilitation or replacement of existing City-owned assets. The five-year CIP is developed by City Staff and annually adopted City Council, then becomes the guiding document for the prioritization of projects. The five-year Capital Improvement Plan for FY 2023-2027 was approved at the June 13, 2023 City Council Meeting.
The CIP includes all projects and programs expected to be undertaken during the next five fiscal years. Specific projects and related schedules are selected based upon:
Implementation of the City’s General Plan
Availability of funding
Minimizing disruptions associated with construction activity
City Council direction
CIP Interactive Dashboard
For Best Experience: View full screen - click the bottom right hand corner of the display to expand to full screen
Click on specific sections of the dashboard for details about specific projects, categories and expenditures
There are five different pages to this dashboard. Click the arrows at the bottom of the display to advance between pages 1 to 5
This dashboard is a snapshot of projects and will be updated at minimum on quarterly basis, if not more frequently
The information included in the Dashboard is based on the current information available and updated quarterly to reflect changing priorities, funding availability and project completion. A new five-year CIP will be submitted to City Council annually with recommended adjustments to project budgets, funding sources, descriptions, and/or schedules. Inclusion of a project in the CIP does not commit the City to specific expenditures or appropriations for any particular project.