Bellevue's Capital Investment Program Plan presents a schedule of major public facility improvements that will be implemented over a seven-year period. Project design, land acquisition, construction costs and the projected means of financing these costs are components of the plan.
On Dec. 1, 2014, the City Council approved the 2015-2016 operating budget and 2015-2021 Capital Investment Plan (CIP) budget.
2015-2021 Capital Investment Program Plan
2013-2019 Capital Investment Program Plan
Projects included in the CIP Plan are derived from a number of sources, including formal long-range plans adopted by the City Council, needs assessments and public surveys, input from residents, the business community and boards and commissions.
This process ensures that the CIP is responsive to the direction set by the City Council as laid out in the city's Comprehensive Plan and supporting documents. The CIP Plan presents the highest priority projects funded from available revenue sources. Projects are organized into the following major program areas:
- General Government
- Public Safety
- Community Development
- Economic Development
- Neighborhood Enhancement Program
- Neighborhood Investment Strategy
- Storm Drainage
Ever wonder how a Transportation CIP project gets created? It's quite a process, and Bellevue's Transportation Department lays it out for you in this animated video.