The CIP is a five-year program that identifies needs for construction of capital projects or improvements to the City’s infrastructure. Each update is created with input from the public and direction from the City Council.
A capital project is a project that costs $25,000 or more and results in a permanent addition to the City’s asset through the acquisition of property, new construction, or rehabilitation of an existing facility to a like-new condition.
Examples of CIP projects are:
Traffic signal installation
New fire station
Playground replacement at a park
Examples of what is not a CIP project:
Street pothole repair or other maintenance
Additional police patrol or other services
View available Capital Improvement Plan documents:
Public input is an important step in creating the annual update to the CIP. The public may participate by attending presentations and meetings, or at any time by completing a CIP Project Request below. Staff will present the CIP to City Council at work sessions in November. City Council agendas are published online at https://www.billingsmt.gov/117/Agendas-Minutes .