6-Year Plan Development Timeline & Investment Framework
In response to outreach for Game Plan, Elevate Denver & other master planning efforts, a 6-year investment framework has been developed to reflect communities' priorities for parks and open space.
FAQ: Six-year Capital Improvement Plan
The 2020-2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a comprehensive document to guide annual capital budgeting and decision-making, as well as highlight initiatives outside of the annual CIP capacity that may need other funding strategies. It will follow the goals 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 new funding approved by voters in 2018. Please provide your ideas for needed infrastructure improvements as the Denver grows!
City Buildings (libraries, police stations, and rec centers), Transportation and Mobility, Parks and Trails, Waterways. Water Quality, and Public Art and Performing Arts Venue
WHAT IS A CAPITAL PROJECT?
A project undertaken to build, develop, or improve capital assets. Such capital projects shall include the direct costs for planning, designing, and engineering. Examples include constructing a new building, creating internally developed software, making a major addition to an existing structure, and expanding a roadway.
HOW WILL DENVERIGHT BE COORDINATED WITH THE SIX YEAR PROCESS?
Denveright is a current community-driven planning process to help shape the future of our city in land use, mobility, parks and recreational resources over the next 20 years. The Six Year Plan will be comprised only of city infrastructure projects that can be constructed in the next six years. Public input from the Denveright initiative will be considered when evaluating potential projects for the Six Year Plan.
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