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City of San Angelo seeking public's input for capital improvement priorities

San Angelo residents can provide their input through an online survey on the City's website.
Credit: COSA

The City of San Angelo is asking residents to share their thoughts through an online survey on what should be on the City's capital improvement priorities. 

According to a City press release, City staff is preparing the 2021-26 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) which is presented to City Council for prioritization on how to address the City's large Capital needs.

To be eligible, projects must have a useful life of a minimum of three years, cost more than $25,000 and require six months or more to be completed.

Street, water, drainage and park projects are included in the CIP, the release said.

City Council has taken steps to improve street and water infrastructure, two of the issues identified as a top priority.

After City Council approves the plan, it will be used to shape the budget for fiscal year 2022, which begins Oct. 1.

CIP projects are funded by a wide range of sources including grants, designated funds, bond issuance, unspent money from prior budges and sales taxes.

A draft version of the 2021 CIP can be found on the Budget's Capital Improvement Plan website.

To access the online survey click here.