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2019-2023 Recommended CIP

2019-2023 Recommended CIP
Posted on 10/24/2018
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The Lenexa City Council held a public hearing on the 2019-2023 Capital Improvement Program at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018. The public hearing was part of a Special Call City Council meeting.

The recommended Capital Improvement Program is $152 million for fiscal years 2019 through 2023. The program has 37 funded capital projects. Three projects comprise 52% of the recommended CIP.

  • Pavement Management Program ($32.6 million)
  • Ridgeview Road – K-10 to Prairie Star Parkway ($29.9 million)
  • Stormwater infrastructure replacement ($16.8 million)

The recommended CIP adds 10 new projects, including:

  • 87th Street improvements – Renner to Maurer ($6.7 million)
  • Mobile/portable radio replacement for public safety functions ($4.5 million)
  • City Center North special benefit district – Elmridge Street ($3.6 million)
  • Quivira Road improvements – 75th to 87th ($3.3 million)
  • Scarborough Street (City Center) special benefit district ($2.1 million)

In the recommended CIP, 70% of the funding is proposed for streets, bridges and traffic projects. Stormwater projects make up 12% of the recommended CIP and facility projects equal 9%. Capital equipment and other projects make up 5% of the recommended CIP and 4% is proposed for Parks & Recreation projects.

City Administrator Eric Wade worked with staff during the past several months to prepare the recommended Capital Improvement Program.

The recommended CIP will be voted at a City Council meeting in December. 

A Capital Improvement Program is a planning and fiscal management tool. This program serves as a guide for implementing and financing various capital needs such as streets, traffic signals, bridges and public facilities that align with the City Council’s strategic goals.

You can read the recommended 2019–2023 Capital Improvement Program document.

Published Oct. 17, 2018
Updated Oct. 29, 2018