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File #: 21-425    Version: 1 Name: CIP 6 year plan SR
Type: Presentation Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council
Meeting Date: 9/13/2021 Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Staff Report for a Presentation to the City of San Leandro City Council of the Capital Improvement Program 6 Year Plan
Sponsors: Keith Cooke
Attachments: 1. CIP Plan FY 2022 final, 2. Presentation CIP Plan FY 2022, 3. Presentation CIP Plan FY 2022, 4. ecomments_export 09132021
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Staff Report for a Presentation to the City of San Leandro City Council of the Capital Improvement Program 6 Year Plan


Presentation of the Capital Improvement Program 6 Year Plan as a planning document to be considered when evaluating future financial needs of the City. The document is not a commitment to fund any project.


The City Council participated in preparing and approving the biennial budget at several meetings over the last 7 months. Funding for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a significant portion of the City budget and was the subject of two council meetings. The CIP 6 Year Plan (Plan) provides a summary of all the data evaluated during preparation of the CIP portion of the biennial budget and a projection four years into the future.

The Plan documents the City process for identifying, defining, tracking, and ranking infrastructure needs. Project ranking is accomplished by a comparison of benefits or values in the following categories:

* Fiscal Impact: Weight - 10
* Economic Development Impact: Weight - 10
* Liability, Risk, Public Health, and Safety: Weight - 15
* Protection of Existing Facilities and Lifespan: Weight - 15
* Quality of Life: Weight - 10
* Population Served: Weight - 5
* External or Internal Mandate: Weight - 5
* One Time Funding Leverage: Weight - 10

The category weightings which can be modified by the City Council provide a means to further distinguish the project priorities.


The Plan illustrates the likely outcome of existing funding projections including which capital projects would be funded and which would remain unfunded over the next six years. Although the City Council is not bound to fund the projects as listed, the document is a useful planning reference to consult when preparing the next biennial budget and/or when making decisions about appropriating funds. Future versions of this document will add Climate Action Plan impacts, expan...

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