Capital Improvement Program
The City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is responsible for administration of the City's Capital Improvement projects. This includes budgeting and management the design and construction of various city projects throughout the year.
This Capital Budget outlines several accomplishments related to the City's Capital Improvement Program over the last year and will guide the City in planning and scheduling the capital projects for the Capital Budget for Fiscal Years 2018 to 2019 and 2019 to 2020. The combined two year Capital Budget is approximately $41.5 million and is funded primarily with:
- Grant Funds
- Measure J Local Funds
- Measure Q Capital Funds
- SB 1 Gas Tax
- Sewer Enterprise
$14.7 million of the budget is funded through grants. In addition to continuing projects, funding for 37 new projects is approved.
2018 to 2020 Budget
View the CIP 2018 to 2020 Capital Budget (PDF).
The City of Concord's Engineering Division has launched a new interactive map to keep residents informed about approved Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects throughout the City. The initial launch includes 16 projects and will be expanded over the coming months to include upcoming construction projects. Viewers can select projects by zooming into the map and clicking on location icons or lines, filter projects by type, and click on a project thumbnail. Information regarding the project description, contact information, as well as schedule information for each project is provided.
Access the map.
Green is for Bikes
The City of Concord continues to embrace a bold vision of a community where bicycling, walking, and driving serve the transportation needs of residents and visitors. The latest safety features of the Downtown Concord Bicycle Lane Improvements Projects are the newly-installed GREEN Bike Lanes and GREEN Bike Boxes in the downtown area. These features are intended to safely connect the downtown area to Bay Area Rapid Transit, and other transit.
So, how do you navigate these new GREEN bike facilities? Find out more by viewing the GREEN Is for Bikes (PDF)!