Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan
|Project ID||Project Title||Project Start Year||Project Description||Project Spend Total||Page Ref||Project Satus|
|451453||Buttonwood Park||2027||Development of an 8-acre park site on S.W. 18th Street between I-95 and the Seaboard Coast Railroad. FY 2026/27Design, survey, and public hearings to revise master plan. FY 2027/28 Construction of park amenities as identified in the approved Master Plan presently assumed to be restroom, trail, playground, shelter, sports court and parking. Park development serves needs of adjacent neighborhoods.||1435200||139||Design|
|451466||Computerized Irrigation System Replacement (600019)||2024||Consultant to evaluate current system, identify alternative systems and develop specifications for procurement of a new system. City wide computerized irrigation system is 25 years old, complicated to use, lacks features available in newer technology and is out of date. Newer systems use sensors in the ground to determine moisture levels and reduces excess irrigating of sod, plants, and trees. Irrigating when needed rather than simply following a programmed schedule will save water and reduce loss of landscaping due to over-watering during periods of excess rain.||900000||143||Design|
|451490||Skate Park Improvements||2025||"FY 2024/25 Design of bathroom building, lighting, concrete slab and fencing. FY 2025/26 Demolish existing shuffleboard courts and bathroom building. Construct new bathroom building, concrete slab, lighting, fencing and purchase/install equipment. While the current skate park has been successful since opening in March 1998, the facility is lacking several major components, as well as separate areas for different skill levels. The addition of a double half pipe and spine ramp, in addition to having varied equipment in separate areas for different age groups and skill levels, is essential to providing a well-rounded skating facility. Expansion of the skate park and adding new equipment will increase the number of patrons who can utilize the facility, revitalize patron interest in the facility and bring in new users. This expansion and addition of new equipment will allow for areas designed for the beginner, intermediate and advanced skater. Areas designed for various skill levels and the reconfiguration of the site will allow for a wider range of competitions and special events than allowed by the current design. The existing building is over 40 years old. Construction of a new building at the Tim Huxhold Skate Park and Shuffleboard Courts would improve usefulness in the following ways: - Bathrooms would meet ADA standards. - Completion of this project will require the demolition of the City's shuffleboard courts. These courts have seen a steady decline in the number of users historically. Participation and revenue have been generated by creating a low fee used to attract various Summer Camps. For the past several years, the City has sponsored two shuffleboard tournaments to showcase the facility and spark local interest in the game. While these tournaments have been well attended, in 2002/03 there were only two Boca residents entered in the tournament; from 2003/04 through 2009/10 there were none. The tournaments were discontinued as of January 2010."||662000||150||Construction|
|451752||Membrane Replacements||2024||Replacement of the membranes at the membrane softening facility. The membranes used for water treatment require replacement every 5 to 7 years.||6600000||196||Design|
|451839||IBM i-Series System Enhancements (fka AS400)||2024||Upgrade of the main iSeries server for hosting systems. FY2024 Upgrade server hardware for archiving. The iSeries server currently hosts historical financial data, fleet software, timekeeping and building permits and code enforcement, parking and interfaced GL batches.||50000||219||Design|
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