Community Investment Plan (Formerly Capital Improvement Plan)
When the City develops a budget each year, a portion of the funds is set aside for the day to day expense of providing public services such as fire protection, water, sewer and solid waste service.
Another portion is set aside for community investments, which are intended to fund projects that will ensure that the City will be able to provide the same or higher levels of service in the future to a growing community.
In order to meet this need, Charlotte Water (formerly Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utility Department [CMUD]) oversees hundreds of -- and more than $100 million worth of -- water and sewer improvement projects each year.
The Community Investment Plan is the process through which Charlotte Water is able to identify and prioritize the many projects needed within a five-year period. The program is updated each year to include projects that will be needed within the next five years. Every other year, a 10-year needs plan is completed.
Public Meeting To Talk About Future CIP
Charlotte Water is ready to
present the proposed Fiscal Year 2019-2023 Community Investment Plan. This plan
will define our community investment budget and identify community investment
projects for the five-year period beginning on July 1, 2018. We have scheduled
three informational meetings at which time our draft plan will be presented and
input will be solicited. The meetings will be held in the second-floor
conference room of the Charlotte Water Administrative building located at 5100
Brookshire Boulevard. The meeting dates and times are:
We invite your participation
in one of these meetings. Since seating space is limited, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at (704) 391-5135 no later than Friday, February 9, 2018
to reserve a space.
Questions? Please email us or call 704-399-2221 to request information.