The 2022-2026 City of Rocklin Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a planning document that sets forth the City’s capital improvements for the next five years to ensure that municipal infrastructure, facilities, and equipment are appropriate and adequate to serve the needs of the City of Rocklin. California Government Code section 66002 requires the CIP be adopted and annually updated by resolution of the City Council, at a noticed public hearing. Notice of the hearing was provided pursuant to the requirements of Government Code section 66002 and 65090.
The CIP determines the timing, sequence, and location of capital projects/capital equipment requests. The CIP is dynamic; each year, all projects and equipment purchases included within the plan are reviewed and requests for new projects/equipment purchases are considered. Pursuant to the City’s Strategic Plan, Community Plan and long-range planning objectives, each project/equipment request is analyzed according to need, relative priority and the City’s ability to implement it using available resources. Adjustments are made to existing projects/capital purchases due to changes in the conditions and/or timeline needs.
The CIP is developed by a committee comprised of the City Manager and representatives from various departments to review and approve all capital requests. CIP projects and purchases are guided by various development plans and policies established by the City Council and City Administration.
- Capital Purchases for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021/22
- Seven (7) new fleet vehicles.
- Sixteen (16) fleet replacement vehicles.
- A total of $15,722,800 in Capital Projects and Purchases have been identified for FY 2021/22 (See Exhibit A of the Resolution for a complete list).