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Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)
Capital Improvement Plan
The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) contains valuable information concerning Issaquah’s planned infrastructure investments over a six-year time frame. Project design, land acquisition, construction costs and the projected means of financing are integral components of this plan. While projects may be present in the plan document, capital projects will not be budgeted unless there are reasonable expectations that revenues will be available to pay for them.
The Proposed CIP for 2024-2029 (PDF) was submitted to City Council on May 1, 2023. The CIP lists Issaquah’s planned infrastructure investments – from roads to parks – during a six-year time frame.
There are several City Council deliberations scheduled over the next few months, each representing an opportunity for community members to provide feedback:
- May 8: City Council Committee of the Whole Meeting – discussing Facilities funding and kicking off City Council deliberations
- May 9: City Council Committee for Mobility and Infrastructure – discussing Transportation, Water Utility, and Sewer Utility projects
- May 16: City Council Committee for Services, Safety, and Parks – discussing Parks & Trails, Technology & Systems, and Facility projects
- May 22: City Council Committee of the Whole Meeting – further discussing facilities funding and continuing deliberations
- June 6: City Council Committee for Planning, Development, and Environment – discussing Stormwater projects
- June 20: City Council Regular Meeting – anticipated adoption of the proposed CIP
The City Council adopted the CIP for 2022-2027 (PDF) on June 7, 2021.
Current and Past CIPs
Links to our CIPs are available below:
Most Recent CIP (PDF) | View All CIPs