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Capital Improvement Program
The Capital Improvement Program document is a planning tool maintained by the city to identify future projects, related expenditures, and funding sources. All projects designated in the Capital Improvement Program are contingent upon availability of resources during the planned year. The total expenditure of projects includes city-funded sources as well as other resources such as grants, fees, bonding, etc.
The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a planning tool that forecasts the City’s capital needs over a five-year period based on City-adopted long-range plans, goals, and policies. The CIP includes detailed descriptions of every Capital Improvement Project the City anticipates to initiate during the five-year period. The CIP is updated annually.
The current CIP is available for review at the Ramsey Municipal Center or may be viewed online.
VIEW THE 2013-2017 CIP DOCUMENT
VIEW THE 2012-2016 CIP DOCUMENT
VIEW THE 2011-2015 CIP DOCUMENT
VIEW THE 2010-2014 CIP DOCUMENT
VIEW THE 2009-2013 CIP DOCUMENT
VIEW THE 2008-2012 CIP DOCUMENT
Please note that the CIP document is very large (13 MB) and will take time to download, particularly if you do not have a high speed Internet connection. Viewing the CIP online requires Adobe Reader.