Buffalo Adopts Five-Year Capital Improvements Plan

Buffalo Adopts Five-Year Capital Improvements Plan

Buffalo's City Council has approved and adopted Resolution No. 1433, which will updates the city's Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) through 2024.

Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader explained how the city will use the

A CIP is a plan for a governmental agency for capital improvement projects, such as street paving, building construction, or similar improvements for the good of the general public, and can also include purchasing of equipment.

It is a short-range five-year plan that identifies what projects could be done, equipment needed, and identifies possible funding sources.
The document is used in the annual budgeting process to help set the budget and work schedule for the year.

City of Buffalo Department Heads and facilities directors can benefit by using the CIP tool in garnering funding from outside agencies by having their equipment or projects listed as a part of the officially adopted plan.

The council voted unanimously to adopt the five-year Capital Improvements Plan.


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