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Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Agency Presentation

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Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Agency Presentation Schedule 

The Planning Commission recommends a new six-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) each year. The Department of Planning works with participating city agencies to solicit project requests, prioritize projects for funding, and prepare the six-year plan. Agency requests for Fiscal Years 20-25 are now available online for review. Agencies will be presenting their requests and priorities to Planning Commission later this month. The agency presentations are open to the public. Commissioners may allow for questions from attendees if time permits. 

Agency Presentation Schedule 

  • January 10 @ 1:30 – 2:30pm: Baltimore Development Corporation 

  • January 10 @ 2:30 – 3:30pm: Department of Transportation 

  • January 17 @ 9-10am: Department of Public Works 

  • January 17 @ 10:15-11:15am: Department of General Services 

  • January 17 @ 11:30am – 12:30pm: Baltimore City Information Technology 

  • January 17 @ 1-2pm: Department of Housing and Community Development 

  • January 17 @  2:15-3:15pm: Baltimore City Recreation and Parks 

All presentations will take place in the Planning Commission boardroom on the 8th floor at 417 E. Fayette St. Please be sure to arrive early and bring a photo identification card for building security. Presentations will also be live-streamed and recorded/posted on our Reports and Resources page.   

In February, the Planning Commission will have a work session to review agency requests and preliminary recommendations from Planning Department staff, followed by a voting session on the Capital Improvement Program in March. 

  • February 21, 2019: Planning Commission Work Session 

  • March 7, 2019: Planning Commission Vote 

Once the Planning Commission approves the six-year plan, it moves on to the Board of Finance and then the Board of Estimates for their approvals. Finally, the first year of the plan is approved by City Council as part of the Ordinance of Estimates and it formally becomes part of the next year’s budget. Visit the FY20-25 Program – Get Involved page for a detailed timeline of next year’s program. 

We welcome the opportunity to come speak to your organization or community group about the capital budget.  Please get in touch with to schedule a time for a presentation and discussion on the CIP.