City of Virginia Beach, Virginia

Population (Year): 457672  (2021)

The City of Virginia Beach, located in Virginia, faces several infrastructure challenges, including maintaining and upgrading aging water and sewer systems, reducing stormwater runoff and flooding, improving transportation infrastructure, expanding broadband access, and preparing for sea-level rise and climate change impacts. Additionally, the city is working to address the need for affordable housing and to support economic development initiatives that promote sustainability and resilience.

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Euclid Yard Facility Replacement


“Project scope includes the design, construcon, and replacement of the field offices and storage facilies located at the Euclid maintenance yard, and will
include administrave offices, training rooms, locker rooms, storage facilies, kitchen area, and other supporng features. This building may be occupied
during extreme inclement weather, and will be constructed in accordance with Administrave Direcve 3.17 – Wind Speed Design Criteria for New City
Buildings and Public School Projects, which includes emergency power supply. This project will also include the construcon and replacement of an onsite fuel facility if the yard is relocated.”



Not Started


MOCA Building Rehabilitation


“This project will fund repairs to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) building envelope, to include select repairs to the exterior walls, roof, windows,
doors, and clerestory windows. The project is intended to enhance the building envelope and extend the life of the facility in accordance with a facility
condion assessment conducted by HBA Architecture and Interior Design which was completed in September 2021.”



Not Started


Kings Grant Water System Improvements


“This project provides funding for design, property acquision, and construcon of approximately 20,000 linear feet of water line and associated service
connecons in the Kings Grant subdivision.”



Not Started


Aragona Village Sanitary Sewer System Improvements


“This project provides funding for the design, property acquision, rehabilitaon, and replacement of approximately 40,000 linear feet of deteriorated
sanitary sewer mains, service laterals and manholes in the Aragona Village and Haygood subdivisions. This project is designed to be constructed in four
(4) phases to reduce the impact on the residents of the neighborhood.”



Not Started


Western Branch Lynnhaven River Maintenance Dredging II


“This project is for maintenance dredging of the Western Branch Lynnhaven River channel and the creaon of a permanent dredging material transfer site.
Channel dimensions to be maintained are 5.5 miles in length and 60 feet in boom width.”



Not Started

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  1. A listing of the capital projects or equipment to be purchased
  2. The projects ranked in order of preference
  3. The plan for financing the projects
  4. A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
  5. Justification for the project
  6. Explanation of expenses for the project
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