In the spring, the Fremont City Council will be reviewing and updating the City’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), a five-year blueprint for maintaining and improving the City’s physical infrastructure. The plan is updated every two years.
The next CIP will forecast and allocate resources the City will use to build and maintain its infrastructure such as streets, parks, bike paths, pedestrian trails, City-owned public buildings, and technology assets between the fiscal years of 2017/18 and 2021/22. Examples of past projects that have received this funding include the annual street resurfacing program, Capitol Avenue enhancements, and the new synthetic turf cricket/soccer fields at Fremont’s Central Park.
To assist the City Council in considering how best to allocate the limited available resources, the City of Fremont is soliciting input from the community through Fremont Open City Hall, its online civic engagement forum.
To review a brief summary of the Capital Improvement Program and evaluate the importance of a variety of capital investment categories, residents and community stakeholders are encouraged to visit Fremont Open City Hall.