Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for FY 2021 and Future CIPs

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School Board Adopts Fiscal Year 2021 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

Overview

Architect's drawing of New Elementary School at Reed Building
Architect’s drawing of
New Elementary School at Reed

Every two years, the School Board adopts a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) that addresses APS capital needs—investments needed to improve or enhance the infrastructure of our schools—over the next ten years. The CIP includes major capital projects, such as new schools and school additions, as well as major maintenance and minor construction projects. By June 2020, the School Board will adopt a new Fiscal Year 2021 CIP.

 

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The Prior CIP Report for Fiscal Year 2019-28 is available online – The most recently approved CIP for Fiscal Year 2019-28 is documented in this report published in August 2018. This report includes the School Board’s motion to adopt the FY 2019-28 CIP and a table that provides an overview of every approved CIP project, their cost, and bond issuance timeline (see Attachment A on page 7). 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)—FY 2021 CIP

 

Staff Responses to School Board Questions about CIP as of June 1, 2020

Staff Responses to School Board Questions about CIP as of June 2, 2020

Staff Responses to School Board Questions about CIP as of June 4, 2020

Staff Responses to School Board Questions about CIP as of June 10, 2020

Staff Responses to School Board Questions about CIP as of June 15, 2020

Staff Responses to School Board Questions about CIP as of June 22, 2020

Timeline

Resources

Design Studies Requested by School Board on December 6, 2019:

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  • The Arlington Facilities and Student Accommodation Plan (AFSAP)CIP priorities are informed by the Arlington Facilities and Student Accommodation Plan (AFSAP), which analyzes long-term enrollment projections and any anticipated need for additional permanent seats at all school levels to support the educational mission of APS. Every two years, APS reevaluates projections, and current and planned school facilities, to identify if any needs have changed. The AFSAP will help the School Board shape priorities for the upcoming CIP, identifying adjustments that will realign APS’ plan for capital investment with the changes in projected enrollment.

 

  • Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for FY 2021 and Future CIPsThe Prior CIP Report for Fiscal Year 2019-28 is available online. – The most recently approved CIP for Fiscal Year 2019-28 is documented in this report published in August 2018. This report includes the School Board’s motion to adopt the FY 2019-28 CIP and a table that provides an overview of every approved CIP project, their cost, and bond issuance timeline (see Attachment A on page 7)