Capital funding is necessary for the ongoing maintenance and repair of the city's capital assets. A capital improvement project is any improvement to, construction or acquisition of buildings, streets, bridges, bike lanes, plazas, parks and playgrounds, public art, or other real property of a permanent nature. The city's Capital Improvement Program manages the city's annual budget process for citywide capital maintenance and development needs, develops the annual Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan and provides analysis for decision making and strategic capital planning efforts.
The Six-year CIP identifies the role of the citywide Capital Improvement Program and documents a prioritized list of capital project needs. The existing Six-year Plan for years 2015-2020 served as a foundation for the Elevate Denver Bond.
The Capital Planning and Programming Division (CPP) is initiating an update to the Six-year Capital Improvement Plan. The 2020-2025 Capital Improvement Plan will follow the vision set forth in Denveright and Comprehensive Plan 2040, aligning future capital investments with the vision identified by thousands of Denverites over the past two years. It is also being coordinated with Parks and Recreation’s (DPR) development of a plan for the Parks, Trails, and Open Space funding (2A). The result will be a comprehensive document that serves as tool to guide annual capital budgeting and decision-making, as well as highlights initiatives outside of the annual CIP capacity that may need other funding strategies.
Provide input on the 2020-2025 Six-Year plan by joining us at a town hall (see the flyer below) or completing this survey.
Denver 311 Help Center Call 3-1-1
Outside Denver Call 720-913-1311
TTY Service: 720-913-8479