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Capital Improvement Projects
Story County's Capital Improvements Plan
The Story County Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) is a multi-year guide to the construction and/or improvement of county facilities and the acquisition of equipment. 

Through the process of preparing and updating this CIP, the County meets the need for orderly maintenance of the County’s physical assets. 

This CIP is intended to serve as a planning tool and is structured to present meaningful long-range perspective of the County’s long-range capital needs and to be used as an implementation tool for the acquisition, development, construction, maintenance, and renovation of public facilities, infrastructure, and capital equipment.

The Story County Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) adopted by the Story County Board of Supervisors in March 2016 may be viewed online.

Input Sought on Story County's Draft CIP

The Story County Board of Supervisors invites comments on the draft Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) through the end of February. The CIP is a multi-year guide to the construction and/or improvement of county facilities and the acquisition of equipment. Through the process of preparing and updating this CIP, Story County ensures the orderly maintenance of the County’s physical assets. It is intended to serve as a planning tool and structured to present a meaningful long-range perspective of the County’s long-range capital needs and used as an implementation tool for the acquisition, development, construction, maintenance, and renovation of public facilities, infrastructure, and capital equipment.

 

The draft CIP is available online and public review copies are being distributed to city halls and libraries throughout Story County.

Draft Capital Improvements Plan
CIP Comment Sheet
CIP Process Timeframe

Comments regarding the draft CIP may be forwarded to or by calling Leanne Harter, County Outreach and Special Projects Manager at 515-382-7247.