Capital Budget - Open Budgetdata.cityofgainesville.org | Last Updated 19 Nov 2019
This dataset has the following 13 columns:
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2024view top 100
Support a Thriving Economy
Promote Community Health
Enrich Community Experiences
Invest in Sustainable Infrastructureview top 100
Construction & Renovation
Maintenanceview top 100
Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs
Policeview top 100
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SW 27th Street Reconstruction
New Technology for Improved Efficiency, Service Delivery & Compatibility with New Software
Emergency Medical Services Equipment Replacement - Suction & Charging Units, Narcotics Control Boxes
Technical Rescue Equipment
Screening Equipment for Reuse of Street Sweepingsview top 100
Body worn cameras, tasers, in-car cameras, laptops, smart phones, mobile and portable radios, licensing, on-line storage, user fees, etc. - would like to convert these to lease versus purchase. Body-worn camera $778(Op); Taser $331(Op); In-car camera $4,320 (Capital); Laptop $2,075(Capital); Smart phone $300(Op) plus monthly costs = $7,800 plus supplies, software, monthly fees etc. Purchase of in-car camera is dependent on year that new GPD vehicles are purchased, which is budgeted by Fleet.
Project envisions reconstruction of approximately 0.3 miles of roadway to address pavement failure.
Recurring expenses to repair and improve pavement throughout the city.
Targeted neighborhood improvements such as infrastructure, safety, sidewalks, signage, landscaping, and lighting.
Project envisions reconstruction of approximately 0.5 miles of roadway to address pavement failure.view top 100
358view top 100
Local Option Gas Tax
Consolidated Community Redevelopment Trust
Wild Spaces Public Places Sales Tax
General Capital Projectsview top 100
20000view top 100
400000view top 100
-40000view top 100
The economic, efficient, and useful life of these building system has expired and they need to be replaced.
Adopted as part of the PRCA Vision 2020 Master Plan.
Essential tools to get sworn officers on the job, tools to be more effective, efficient, and mitigate risk to persons. Useful life depends on device, from 3 to 8 years
Adopted as part of the PRCA Vision 2020 Master Plan. Funding for construction approved by the City Commission in 2018.
The traffic signal structure is obsolete and approaching the end of its useful life, causing repeated calls for maintenance that create a burden on available staff resources. The signal is located along a County-owned roadway and the cost of replacement will be split with the County.view top 100