Capital Improvement Program
1. What is it?
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a process for identifying , funding
and scheduling capital projects that have a cost of $10,000 or more and a life
expectancy of 5 years or greater.
2. Why is the Town implementing this program?
The CIP is a planning tool that will assist the Town in determining the large
projects (building renovations, town infrastructure, vehicles, etc.) that the
Town may spend money on. CIP projects will be approved only by a vote at
3. How do I learn more about the CIP?
The CIP, like all other Town entities, is a public document that is available to
anyone. Additionally, the CIP operates under the guidance of the CIP Committee,
which meets several times per year and those meetings are open to the public.