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Capital Improvement Plan
Mill Creek uses a seven-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) to program improvements to the city’s transportation, storm water, facilities, and park infrastructure. The CIP is updated through a public process every two years prior to the biennial budget preparation. Citizen requests for repairs, projects, or improvements can be made at any time, although may not be incorporated until a later date.

In the current CIP there are 32 projects with a total estimated cost of $48.2 million over the seven-year planning period.  The CIP includes 14 transportation projects, 7 parks projects, 6 facility projects and 5 surface water projects.  The cost breakdown is $27.2 million for transportation, $4.5 million for parks, $10.4 million for facilities and $6.1 million for surface water.  Also included in the CIP is information for projects in the 20-year long range CIP that were not funded in the 2015-2021 planning period.

The largest single city project is the Pavement Preservation Plan, which is the long-term program to ensure the roadway network maintains good condition.

Municipal Research & Services Center of Washington
The city uses the Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington (MRSC) to maintain a roster of consultants and small works contractors. As part of the CIP, solicitations may be made to vendors on the MRSC roster when needed. Please contact MRSC directly for more information about the roster process.