Woodinville’s Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) serves as a planning tool to assist the City in managing large capital investments over the course of a 6-year period. The basic functions of the CIP are to:
Provide the City with an orderly process for planning and budgeting capital needs,
Provide a mechanism for evaluating projects based on goals established through the community planning process, and
Prioritize current and future needs to fit within the City’s anticipated level of financial resources.
Projects are categorized by type: Street, Parks, Surface/Storm Water, Facilities, and Property Acquisition.
In the City of Woodinville, a capital asset or capital project is defined as a purchase or facility improvement of $5,000 or more with a useful life of one year or more.
Due to recent development occurring in the City of Woodinville, many CIP projects are a direct result of the growth and designed to address the impacts caused by said development. Updates on notable projects will be provided on the tiles below: