Adopted Capital Improvement Budgets - Datasetinformation.stpaul.gov | Last Updated 14 Feb 2019
This dataset contains the adopted capital improvement budgets for the years 2004-2019. Projects are eligible if they finance the acquisition, betterment, physical development, redevelopment and other improvement of City-owned land and buildings, and have a useful life of at least ten years.
This dataset has the following 12 columns:
|Column Name||API Column Name||Data Type||Sample Values|
2009view top 100
Streets and Utilities
Residential and Economic Development
Internal Serviceview top 100
Sidewalk Reconstruction Program
Parks Grant Prep/Preliminary Design Program
Bond Sale Costs
Children's Play Area Improvements
Signalized Intersection Safety Improvements Programview top 100
CF-660833view top 100
Parks and Recreation
Planning and Economic Development
Policeview top 100
1225 Estabrook Drive
1325 Aida Placeview top 100
3view top 100
A specified fund for Capital Maintenance work on City-owned facilities. This program funds the preservation of the City's physical assets.
Based on the work of Gil Penalosa, an internationally renowned urban designer, this fund will allow the building of bold and vibrant places across the City of Saint Paul. The 8-80 Vitality Fund will build on the momentum of recent investments such as Rebuild Saint Paul and the Green Line. An 8-80 city works for people aged 8 and aged 80, by providing streets and public spaces that create vital and welcoming neighborhoods. Investments include: $8M - Palace Theatre renovations to match State bonding $8M - Jackson Street reconstruction and phase 1 of downtown bike loop $13.2M - Grand Rounds, including street reconstruction and bike lanes $2M - Dickerman Park, developing green spaces on the Green Line $1.8M - Optical fiber infrastructure to provide high speed citywide network connectivity $9.5M - Street Reconstruction, including 8-80 streets and public spaces
This is a citywide program established to improve the structural condition, safety and rideability of the city's street system. This recurring program, which replaces the Residential Street Vitality Program, will include all city streets, both residential and arterial, and projects will be prioritized by Pavement Condition Index and Average Daily Traffic as the main criteria.
Reconstruct hazardous and deteriorating sidewalks throughout the City. The work locations are prioritized so as to correct most severe areas first.
To set aside a portion of the Capital Improvement Bond proceeds to cover the cost of issuing the bonds.view top 100
Street Bondsview top 100
150000view top 100
44.96806837view top 100
-93.1062546view top 100