Capital Improvement Program
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is an on-going five-year plan of major, non-routine expenditures for new construction and improvements to existing buildings and facilities such as:
- Drainage & Detention
- Fire Stations
- Parks & Trails
- Streets & Traffic Signals
- Water and wastewater treatment plants
The CIP Division in Public Works manages the development of the annual five-year CIP and oversees the implementation of ongoing and new projects.
- This Story Map application allows the user to get details for the current projects in varying stages of design and construction within the City. Some projects include drainage improvements, transportation improvements, traffic signal upgrades, bridges, park upgrades, and water and wastewater treatment plants. View CIP Map
Cangelosi Ditch Widening Project
A Capital Improvement Project in part by the City of Missouri City and the GLO designed to reduce flood risk for nearby schools, residents and businesses by increasing Cangelosi Ditch’s drainage capacity via excavation of fill, removing and replacing storm outfalls and removing existing backslope swales. The project will start southwest of the intersection of Beltway 8 and Fondren Rd and extend approx. 0.87 miles to Texas Parkway and Buffalo Run.
- What is a Capital Improvement Program?
The City of Missouri City Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a process by which the city develops a multi-year plan for major capital expenditures that matches available resources and satisfies the city tax rate stabilization objective.
For more information, see Volume II of the City Budget: CIP, which contains detailed descriptions and justifications for each project with expenditures in the current fiscal year and future years.
- Where can I find a full list of projects?