Capital Improvement Program

A Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is a multi-year planning instrument used to identify needs and financing sources for public infrastructure improvements. The purpose of a CIP is to facilitate the orderly planning of infrastructure improvements; to maintain, preserve, and protect the community of Mason’s existing infrastructure system; and to provide for the acquisition or scheduled replacement of equipment to ensure the efficient delivery of services to the community. The CIP is also utilized to ensure that capital improvements are fiscally sound and consistent with the goals and policies of the governing body and the residents of the community.

View the DRAFT 2020-2026 CIP here. 

The Planning Commission is expected to review the CIP at their regular meeting on April 14, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. They will determine if the CIP should be recommended to City Council for adoption and inclusion in the City of Mason Annual Budget. We are still working to determine if that meeting will occur in-person or by video-conference due to restrictions on gatherings because of COVID-19. Public notices will be posted with more information on the meeting and how the public can participate.

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Previous Years' Capital Improvement Programs2 documents

  • 2019-2025 Capital Improvement Program
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  • 2018-2024 Capital Improvement Program
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