Capital Improvement Program

Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Summary

The City of Hesperia's FY 2021-2022 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget includes new and continued capital projects funded in the Adopted Fiscal Year (FY) 2019-20 Budget. The CIP features the following sections:

Information on capital projects completed in FY 2020-21 and deferred projects are also included in the Summary.  Their inclusion is used to identify funds spent on recently completed projects, as well as funds for those that will resume in future years.  Fiscal Year 2018-19 and Fiscal Year 2019-20 CIP projects are also included for historical purposes on the expenditure summaries. Frequently, CIP projects extend beyond one fiscal year.

Completed Projects & Studies

The City’s construction projects and major capital acquisitions that have an extended life are included in the CIP. In some circumstances, studies undertaken related to anticipated future capital projects are also included.

Generally, the CIP will include capital replacement projects that repair, replace or enhance existing facilities, equipment or infrastructure. Capital facility projects that significantly expand or add capacity to the City’s existing fixed assets are also included.
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The City of Hesperia is pleased to announce receipt of a grant award in the amount of $33,000 from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) for pavement rehabilitation on Main Street from Escondido Avenue to Pyrite Avenue.  Utilizing approximately 4,400 tons of rubberized asphalt pavement, with rubber derived from California waste tires, the pavement rehabilitation project is expected to divert approximately 9,155 tires from the California waste stream. This project was completed and accepted on July 31, 2019.