Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan
|Project ID||Project Title||Project Start Year||Project Description||Project Spend Total||Page Ref||Project Satus|
|666862||City Center Parking Garage||2026||"The parking garage project in City Center will provide additional capacity to accommodate the growing needs of City Center. The project may include but is not limited to, the payment of fees (city, county, state), engineering plans, construction documents, and general contractor services for development of a parking garage. The estimated number of garage stalls to be delivered with the project funding is 300 to 350."||10000000||259||Not Started|
|666863||Citywide Broadband Infrastructure||2024||"The city of Surprise is a member of the Connective, a regional coalition conducting a gap analysis for broadband service across Maricopa County. The Connective analysis will identify any significant gaps in existing and future population areas of Surprise, allowing for the city broadband project to narrow service gaps in selected areas. The select areas may include the US 60 corridor to North Surprise, the emerging employment area in and around the Surprise Railplex, Surprise City Center, Prasada Loop 303, and the Surprise Original Town Site. The project may include in-ground fiber and/or wireless service enhancements in the selected areas."||10000000||259||Not Started|
|666864||Wildlife Corridor Study||2024||"Contract with a recognized consulting firm to identify potential wildlife corridors and linkages, identify focal species, habitat suitability, threats, land ownership, mitigating barriers and GIS mapping for the purpose of maintaining connectivity within the analysis area and it’s correlation to annexed lands and neighborhood effects within the City of Surprise Planning Area."||750000||260||Not Started|
|666953||SPA 3 Recharge Expansion||2025||"The funding associated with this project would be used to expand the City's recharge capabilities to the Areas of Hydrologic Impact (AHI) with in Special Planning Area 3 (SPA3). These expansions would include the construction of pipe and associated equipment, booster stations, wells, and basins to recharge the SPA3 aquifer. The final determination will be dependent on the location of the facility. Actual construction of this infrastructure may entail reimbursement to developers for the construction of such facilities and the commissioning of studies, permitting, design, and construction of facilities by the City."||500000||309||Not Started|
|666954||SPA2 WRF Block Wall||2025||"Design and Construction a block wall around the perimeter of the SPA2 Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) thereby increasing the security at the site from intruders. The wall will be approximately 8' tall with additional security placed on top of wall to prevent intruders from scaling the wall. The wall will have security cameras mounted in strategic locations as an enhancement for monitoring the site."||1000000||309||Not Started|
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- The plan for financing the projects
- A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
- Justification for the project
- Explanation of expenses for the project
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