Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) - FY20data.norfolk.gov | Last Updated 17 Jun 2019
The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a multi-year plan for capital expenditures to replace, maintain, and expand the city’s infrastructure. The city uses the CIP to develop infrastructure and maintain the quality of life offered to residents and businesses. *Disclaimer: Projects are based on Proposed FY 2020 - FY 2024 Capital Improvement Plan and are subject to change.
This dataset has the following 13 columns:
|Column Name||API Column Name||Data Type||Sample Values|
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|Master Project Name||master_project_name||text|
Improve Street Infrastructure Citywide
Maintain Municipal Facilities
Implement Complete Streets Initiative
Improve Storm Water Quality
Reduce Neighborhood Floodingview top 100
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Fundedview top 100
Convert Street Lights to LED
Dredge Regent Rd and W Belvedere Rd
Resurface Wilson Road (Campostella Rd to Berkley Extension)
Resurface North Military Hwy (Lowery to Pebble)
Improve Jacox Elementary School Playgroundview top 100
300000view top 100
St. Paul's Area
East Ocean View Aveview top 100
36.84778906view top 100
-76.28507911view top 100
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6, 7view top 100
Provide funds for the upgrade of the traffic signal system and improvements to intersections that experience traffic congestion and safety issues. Planned improvements include new signalized intersections, school flashing signals, pedestrian crossing improvements, roadway capacity and neighborhood access improvements, and conversion to light emitting diode (LED) lights.
Provide funds for neighborhood flood mitigation programs to address various drainage system improvements, repairs, rehabilitation, cleaning, and drainage studies in neighborhoods throughout the city. Funding will allow for infrastructure improvements to better mitigate issues from precipitation and tidal flooding.
Provide funds to repair and replace the gym floor and basketball goals.
Provide funds to improve the drainage around Hollywood Homes. Funding will allow for infrastructure improvements to better mitigate issues from precipitation and tidal flooding.
Provide funds to repair and replace underground storage tanks. The city owns 18 underground storage tanks that hold diesel oil, which is a fuel source for boilers and power generators. Five tanks have exceeded their 20 year life expectancy and are being repaired or replaced to minimize the risk of environmental damage.view top 100
|FY2020 Proposed Amount||fy2020_proposed_amount||number|
300000view top 100