Capital Improvement Plan
Every Fiscal Year the Capital Improvement Plan (the Plan) shows the City of West Palm Beach’s commitment to building a more resilient and vibrant future for the residents, workers, and visitors to City of West Palm Beach. Updated every year, the Plan is a fiscally constrained expenditure plan that lays out anticipated infrastructure investments over the next five years. This document is the product of input from Citywide stakeholders, who have put forth their best ideas and most realistic estimates of City’s future capital needs.
Through the application of consistent funding principles and fiscal policies, the Plan prioritizes departmental capital needs within defined fiscal constraints. The result is a road map for investments in City’s streets, facilities, utilities, parks, waterfront, and transportation systems.
Capital Planning coordinates resources to restore, improve, and build West Palm Beach’s public infrastructure. Major deliverables include the 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan and the annual Capital Budget. This work helps the City live up to its commitment to building a more resilient and vibrant future for the residents, workers, and visitors of West Palm Beach.
Capital Project Funding
The City of West Palm Beach uses a diverse variety of funding sources to implement the broad array of infrastructure projects planned each year. These include the General Fund, publicly issued debt, federal and state grants, and other local funding sources. These funds have been used for countless facilities, parks, streetscapes, and transportation initiatives.
Have a specific question about a capital project? Please contact Tinu Peña, the West Palm Beach Capital Improvement Plan Manager at email@example.com