Item 6C. 2024 – 2028 CIP - Discussion

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Superintendent's Recommendation:



This item is a continuation of the discussion on the draft 2024-2028 Capital Improvement Program (CIP).

The discretionary project list contained 27 potential projects, totaling about $10.4 million in cost over the five-year window of the CIP.

Since the Study Session, the list has had two changes:

  1. A project that provides an analysis of the needs and standards associated with education shelters has been added in 2025.
  2. The Richardson and the Baker Outdoor Learning Center shelter projects originally slated for 2025 have been replaced with a district-wide placeholder for education shelters project proposed to occur in 2026.

CIP Next Steps:

At the October 5th Study Session, staff would like to have a more refined discussion of the discretionary project list in order to match funding sources with projects. This will also set our bonding levels for 2024-2028, which will have an impact on future debt service levies.

Staff will bring back the CIP for consideration of approval in November and final adoption in December of 2023. Final adoption will dictate the 2024 Asset Management Program, which will be submitted for Board consideration of approval once the CIP has been adopted.

Relationship to the System Plan

The Request for Action supports the following goals(s) of the System Plan:

  • Goal 1: You Belong Here
  • Goal 2: Parks Matter
  • Goal 3: Lead by Example
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