Citizen Input Meeting—Capital Improvement ProgramCitizens are invited to share their concerns about the County's FY 2018 to 2023 plan to fund the construction of public facilities such as roads, schools and parks at the Planning Board meeting on Thursday, October 20, 2016, 5 p.m., at the Jefferson Building, Room 104, 105 West Chesapeake Avenue, Towson.
Written comments are also accepted until October 28, and should be emailed to Jessie Bialek at email@example.com.
The Department of Planning manages the role of the Planning Board in the development of the County’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). It is a six-year plan for the construction and maintenance of the County’s water, sewer and storm drain improvements, roads, bridges, refuse disposal facilities, government buildings, parks, schools, land preservation, community improvements and watershed restoration. The CIP is a major means tool for implementing the goals and priorities of Baltimore County’s Master Plan.
The CIP is reviewed annually. The Planning Board’s involvement begins in October with the scheduling of a citizen input meeting, and concludes the following March when the board forwards its recommendations to the Office of Budget and Finance.
Learn about the CIP Process.
View Capital Improvement Programs current and past.
Revised September 20, 2016