Capital Improvement Program

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a five-year plan that helps guide Emeryville's investment in our public buildings, parks, streets, sewers, and other City facilities. 

Projects included in the CIP are large-scale, long-term investments that build, replace, or improve public infrastructure. These capital projects are different from maintenance projects, which are not included in the CIP and are small, short-term repairs. Maintenance requests can be reported through SeeClickFix here

City staff use the CIP as a roadmap to design, construct, and repair city facilities that support a livable and sustainable Emeryville. The previous 2019-2023 CIP can be found here. Many of the previous unfinished projects will carryover into the new CIP. 

We want to hear from you! What should the City build, replace, or improve?

During January 2023, members of the public can submit project ideas during Emeryville City Council and Community Advisory Committee meetings by either submitting a speaker's card beforehand or providing public comment during the meeting. Please see the list of meeting days and times below:

Committee  Date Time
Sustainability Committee Monday January 9, 2023 4:00pm-6:00pm
Commission on Aging Wednesday January 11, 2023 10:00am-12:00pm
Transportation Committee Thursday January 12, 2023 9:00am-11:00am
Public Art Committee Thursday January 12, 2023 5:30pm-7:30pm
Parks and Recreation Committee Wednesday January 18, 2023 5:30pm-7:30pm
Community Services Committee Monday January 23, 2023 5:30pm-7:30pm
Planning Commission Thursday January 26, 2023 6:00pm-8:00pm
Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee Monday February 13, 2023 5:30pm-7:30pm
If you are not able to attend one of the committee meetings above to submit a project idea, please submit your idea by clicking here.
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CIP Timeline

  • October 2022: Public Works Staff present and facilitate a conversation with Councilmembers about the CIP.
  • November 2022: Staff host internal discussions to identify project and funding needs, as well as CIP values, with other City staff from Community Development, Community Services, Finance, IT,  Police, and  Alameda County Fire.
  • December 2022: Staff launch a public outreach campaign before Committee meetings in January to alert constituents of the CIP process and opportunity for input.
  • January 2023: Public Works Staff present to the City Council Committees and Community Advisory Committees and collect public feedback on project ideas.
  • February-March 2023: A public feedback survey will collect feedback on our CIP values and project list to help prioritize projects.
  • Spring 2023: Throughout the spring, staff will perform financial analyses of projects, and will create a list of proposed funded and unfunded projects.
  • April-May 2023: Public Works Staff will present at the Council's Budget Committee in April. Staff will also present at a study session at the Planning Commission and again for the full Council in May.
  • June 2023: Public Works Staff will bring the CIP to City Council for adoption alongside the City's new budget.