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Submit Ideas for City Improvements

Submit Ideas for City Improvements
Posted on 02/10/2020
Timeline for 2020 CIP UpdateThe City of Woodinville is working to identify and prioritize infrastructure investments as part of the City’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). The CIP is a multi-year planning document that helps guide local communities in coordinating the financing and timing of improvements. 

Woodinville’s six year CIP is updated every two years and includes projects that cost over $50,000 and have a life span of at least five years. CIP projects typically involve constructing, renovating, or rehabilitating roads, parks, city-owned public facilities, and surface water infrastructure.

Public engagement and participation are critical to the success of Woodinville’s CIP. Community members are encouraged to submit suggestions for future projects by providing information about the proposed project location and description. CIP requests can be submitted online via the City’s website. The CIP project submission period will open beginning February 10, 2020 and close March 6, 2020. Submissions will be evaluated according to project cost, feasibility, and public benefit criteria.  

Community members also welcome to participate in the CIP planning process by attending one or more public meetings held at City Hall for the Woodinville Planning Commission, Public Spaces Commission, and City Council to discuss the draft CIP. The City will also host a CIP Open house in late May, where attendees may ask questions and provide comments before final adoption.

Past Woodinville CIP projects have included repaving neighborhood streets, renovating DeYoung park, and widening the NE 175th Street bridge over the Sammamish River.  Current projects for 2020 include replacing the Woodinville Sports Fields turf, various surface water improvements, and additional road repaving projects.

For more information, please see the Capital Improvement Plan project page.