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City Manager’s Proposed FY 2025-FY 2029 Capital Improvements Program

The FY 2025-FY 2029 Capital Improvements Program includes new appropriations of $31.4 million to support 47 capital projects. For more information on each project, see the “CIP Projects” section of the proposed FY25 budget at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget. The CIP includes:

  • A FY25 general fund contribution of $9.3 million.
  • $10.7 million in Vision Zero initiatives and $3.7 million in Climate Action Plan initiatives.
  • Two new projects: Talbott Street Park and replacement of the emergency generator at the city’s Gude maintenance complex.
  • Bond issuances of approximately $26.9 million to support:
    • Construction in FY25 of outdoor recreation pool renovations at the Rockville Swim and Fitness Center.
    • Construction in FY25 of Lincoln Park Community Center improvements.
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre Americans with Disabilities Act-related improvements.
    • City payments for the operation of and capital improvements to the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority’s Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment Plant, and improvements to Rockville’s water infrastructure and water treatment plant.
  • A new $1 million grant and $2 million low-interest loan in to support water main work within a disadvantaged community census tract.
  • Funding for construction in FY25 of David Scull Park improvements.
  • $1.7 million in new grant funding to advance the RedGate Park and arboretum.
  • New appropriations of $1.4 million for light-emitting diode streetlight conversion.
  • New appropriations of $13.4 million for water and sewer infrastructure.
  • New appropriations of $1.9 million to support stormwater infrastructure.

For more information on the proposed FY25 budget at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget.

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