The 5-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is updated annually and is a very important part of the Council's long-range planning. Any improvement that will replace, maintain or increase the value of the township's equipment, facilities, infrastructure, and other real property is defined as a capital improvement. For an item to be included in the CIP, it must cost at least $2,500.
The report begins with a CIP Project Status Report for the current budget year. The next section, the Financial Capacity Report, projects the revenues and expenditures of the township and the projected fund balance over the period covered by the plan. The remaining sections contain a summary of planned capital improvements by major categories such as regional projects, public works projects, and parks and recreation, and a detail of each planned project.
View or download Capital Improvement Program documents from our archive center.