Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan
|Project ID||Project Title||Project Start Year||Project Description||Project Spend Total||Page Ref||Project Satus|
|464329||Paving of Lots at Various Park Facilities||2025||"This project will provide paving for parking lots at various County parks and community centers. The initial phase will be for Chewning Park and Marshall Park with remaining locations to follow in future years. Complete site plan, storm water management and parking lot paving of the Chewning Park lot. In anticipation of increased use at Chewning Park due to the addition of athletic field lighting, paving of the lot would decrease the current maintenance required to prevent weeds, repeated leveling, add stone and maintain the existing gravel lot. Overlay existing parking lot at Marshall Park due to significant cracking and deterioration"||572000||85||Not Started|
|464331||Playground Replacements||2025||"This project will provide playground replacements at various County parks. The initial phase will replace the existing playgrounds at Chewning Park, Harrison Road Park and Mary L. Carter Park with remaining locations to follow in future years.. These structures were installed in the early 2000's and are reaching their anticipated life cycle."||1135000||86||Not Started|
|464359||Exit 126 STARS Study Improvements - Northbound Ramps||2025||"Exit 126 Northbound Onramp Improvements Include: 1. Widen US 1 under I-95 between I-95 ramps from four to six lanes and convert northbound US 1 right turn lane onto southbound I-95 to a shared through/right turn lane. 2. Modify signal at US 1 and I-95 northbound on ramp to allow for an additional left turn lane from US 1 northbound to I-95 northbound. 3. Signal control improvements will be made to the two US 1 traffic signals at the Exit 126 interchange. Traffic operations cameras will also be installed along I-95. 4. Widen I-95 northbound on ramps to two lanes and extend ramp to 3,220 feet."||8977156||106||Not Started|
|464364||Germanna Point Drive Extension||2024||"To extend Germanna Point Drive to Spotsylvania Avenue as a 2-lane road with bike/pedestrian accommodations."||24052942||110||Not Started|
|464370||Rt. 2/17 Widening||2026||Widen Rt. 2/Rt. 17 to 4 lanes from the Fredericksburg city line to the south side of Shannon Airport.||20936258||113||Not Started|
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- A listing of the capital projects or equipment to be purchased
- The projects ranked in order of preference
- 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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