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2021

CIP funds spent

Status Indicators:
Proceeding as Planned
 Monitoring Progress
Reviewing for Improvement
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Status Indicators: Proceeding as Planned |  Monitoring Progress | Reviewing for Improvement | Information Unavailable

Each year the City adopts a five-year Community Investment Plan (CIP)  to delineate what the community needs to build now and what it will need to build in years to come. The CIP sets forth the capital improvements needed and sources of funds to pay for them to ensure that municipal infrastructure and facilities are appropriate and adequate to serve the needs of the neighbors of Fort Lauderdale.


Each Capital Improvement project must meet the following criteria: 

  • Represent a physical improvement
  • Have a value of $50,000 or more
  • Have a useful life in excess of 10 years
  • Be classified as a capital asset when placed into service

 Each Capital Maintenance project must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a value of $50,000 or more
  • Be a project that replaces/repairs existing infrastructure, equipment or facilities (examples of capital maintenance projects include street resurfacing, roof replacements, playground equipment replacement, etc.)

"CIP Funding" represents appropriated, unspent funds from the previous year's Community Investment Plan (CIP) that carry over to the current year's CIP + the current year's newly adopted and appropriated CIP funding. CIP funding that is approved but not appropriated in the adopted budget (as it may be tied to grants and other funding sources that will be appropriated and secured later in the year) is excluded from the calculation:

CIP Funding = (unspent balance from the previous fiscal year + adopted CIP funds in the current fiscal year) - not yet appropriated funding

CIP Dollars spent: CIP dollars spent at the end of the current fiscal year

The target is to spend 25% of the allocated CIP funding each fiscal year to ensure consistent investment in the infrastructure and facilities in our community.  

The data is extracted from the adopted Community Investment Plans (CIP) and FAMIS, the City's Financial Management System. The Community Investment Plans can be found here: https://www.fortlauderdale.gov...

The 2021 data is an estimate until the fiscal year has formally closed. 

City of Fort Lauderdale
100 North Andrews Avenue | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
www.fortlauderdale.gov

Office of Management and Budget
Division of Structural Innovation
Contact: [email protected]

City of Fort Lauderdale
100 North Andrews Avenue | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
www.fortlauderdale.gov

Office of Management and Budget
Division of Structural Innovation
Contact: [email protected]