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Buildings & Facilities CIP Projects

This program in the CIP addresses general facility expansions and new facilities across the City.  Funding of $875,000 is included in the FY 2018 CIP for this program to purchase land for expansion of the Public Works facilities on Dickinson Avenue and the Municipal Court facilities needs assessment. 

Projects In Progress At A Glance:

Land Purchases for City Initiatives (FM1201):
To purchase land for City Initiatives, including the future expansion of the Public Works facilities on Dickinson Avenue to include stacking area for materials, equipment storage, and maintenance.


Municipal Court Facilities Needs Assessment:
 
To conduct a Municipal Court and Council Chambers facilities needs assessment as directed in the long-range planning Council work session on January 24, 2015.

Facilities Reinvestment (Reinvestment RE1705):
This project is intended to fund major reinvestments of City facilities with a goal to keep them in good condition or better and extend the useful life of the facility. The projects would involve investments greater than $5,000 a useful life of greater than 10 years and involve the replacement of major systems. These systems would include but not limited to: 1. HVAC system replacements, 2. Roof system replacement, 3. Retro fit/ replace electrical and lighting, 4. Energy efficiency projects, 5. Window/sky light replacements both thermal and water tightness, 6. Building envelope protect, reseal, recoat, and repaint exterior, 7. Generator replacement, 8. Recarpet/refloor the building(not just one room), 9. Energy/security controls. Projects not intended to be covered are routine repairs that could include: 1. Interior repaint, 2. Repairs to HVAC, plumbing, electrical, etc. 3. Single window replacement repair, 4. Repairs less than $5,000 or a useful life of less than 10 years.

Library Needs Assessment (Reinvestment):
To conduct a library facilities needs assessment as directed in the long-range planning Council work session on January 24, 2015.

Animal Shelter (Police PD1502):
FY2015-2016: $37,167 Quorum Architect study Based on the Quorum Architect study presented to Council on March 8, 2016 and refined to 19,000 sq ft, cost above to design and construct an animal services facility to accommodate growth.

Fire Stations are located in the Fire program.


Need More:
Looking for financial information or more? Quarterly reports include financial information including how much is budgeted and spent-to-date by project. Status Reports include information on the progress and timeline of active projects.

You can view the most recent quarterly and monthly status reports with more detail by clicking the following: Status Reports .

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