Capital Improvement Services

Provides general oversight of the Capital Planning, Engineering Design and Construction Administration units. Capital Planning is responsible for strategic planning functions to ensure that master plans and financing mechanisms are in place to maintain existing water, sewer and storm drainage systems and to expand system infrastructure for the future. Engineering Design is responsible for preparing plans and specifications for various Water and Wastewater CIP projects and put projects out for competitive bids. They also negotiate agreements for the acquisition and purchase of real property for the City, secure right-of-way, easements and leases and manage real property owned by the City. Construction Administration is responsible for the management of public facility projects built under city contracts, improvements built in the public right-of-way, and performing land surveying work for City projects.

Capital Planning is responsible for strategic planning functions to ensure that master plans and financing mechanisms are in place to maintain existing water, sewer and storm drainage systems and to expand system infrastructure for the future.

Engineering Design is responsible for preparing plans and specifications for various Water and Wastewater CIP projects and put projects out for competitive bids. They also negotiate agreements for the acquisition and purchase of real property for the City, secure right-of-way, easements and leases and manage real property owned by the City.

Construction Administration is responsible for the management of public facility projects built under city contracts, improvements built in the public right-of-way, and performing land surveying work for City projects.