The Capital Improvement Budget (CIP) identifies projected capital expenses for the next ten fiscal years and is designed to plan for how to complete those projects within projected revenues. The CIP document has been recognized for excellence in reporting by the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers.
When determining the priority of proposed projects, staff members use a risk matrix based on safety, environmental and regulatory compliance, quality of service, and fiscal impact.
Key Wastewater Capital Projects
These current year amounts exclude rollovers of unused funds from prior fiscal years
|Seaside Pump Station||$1.9 million|
|Dry Scrubber||$1.5 million|
|Monterey Pump Station||$1.4 million|
|Headworks Bypass Valves||$1.2 million|
|Electrical Switchgear||$1.0 million|
|Pump Station Isolation Valves||$0.8 million|
|MCC Replacements||$0.6 million|
|Monterey One Water's 10-Year Wastewater Capital Improvement Budget is allocated 47% for Plant Improvements, 21% for Pump Stations, and 32% for Other Wastewater Infrastructure.|