The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for FY2015-16 to FY19-20 provides a road map to the upcoming capital improvements in the City, and helps define upcoming project funding needs. While the CIP includes the upcoming five fiscal years, the most specific part of the plan is focused on FY15-16 and FY16-17.
Additionally, the CIP assists the Albany City Council in setting goals and making policies for upcoming years in the City. There are 43 capital improvement projects being planned or implemented during the next five year project period. The two-year CIP total is roughly $14 million while the estimated 5-year CIP total exceeds $31 million. The City uses a wide variety of fund sources to design and implement projects that include local Measure F and regional, voter-approved fund sources, such as Measure B, Measure BB, and the Regional Measure F (Vehicle Registration Fee) that are administered by Alameda CTC.
Major projects completed over the past five years include yearly sewer, sidewalk, storm drain, and street maintenance or replacement, a Citywide Sewer CCTV inspection, the Marin and Buchanan Bikeways, Senior Center improvement projects, Albany Bulb rehabilitation and clean-up projects, pothole filling, the purchase of the Cleveland Street parcel for a new City Maintenance and Public Works building, and crosswalk safety improvements.
|Buchanan Marin Utility Undergrounding & Bike Path||Fall 2017|
|Ohlone-Masonic Improvements||Summer 2017|
|Peggy Thomsen Pierce Street Park Construction||Spring 2017|
|2017 Sidewalk Repair||Summer 2017|
|2017 Sewer Project||Summer 2017|