2021-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

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The City is looking for feedback on the the guiding document for all major City projects - The 2021-2026 Capital Improvement Plan. While maybe not as exciting as playing with puppies, this years plan does include a DOG PARK! See page 73 for the Woodin Creek Rehabilitation project which includes space for our furry friends. While you've got the document open, take a look at all the other neat things that are in the works. You can provide feedback by submitting a suggestion using the feature located below. Please submit your input by September 20, 2020.

The City Council will be discussing this draft plan at their regularly scheduled meeting on September 22, 2020. If you have comments about the draft Plan for the Council please submit them directly to: PublicComments@ci.woodinville.wa.us by 5:00 pm the day of the meeting. The final plan will be adopted in early December as part of the City budget.


The City of Woodinville’s Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) serves as a planning tool to assist the City in managing large capital investments over the course of a 6-year period. The basic functions of the CIP are to:

  • Provide the City with an orderly process for planning and budgeting capital needs,
  • Provide a mechanism for evaluating projects based on goals established through the community planning process, and Prioritize current and future needs to fit within the City’s anticipated level of financial resources
  • Projects are categorized by type: Street, Parks, Surface/Storm Water, Facilities, and Property Acquisition.

In the City of Woodinville, a capital asset or capital project is defined as a purchase or facility improvements of $5,000 or more with a useful life of one year or more.

In total, this plan includes 67 projects across 5 categories, with a estimated total project cost of $176,252,000. Projects consist of new projects for 2021-2026, not-yet-started carryover projects, and current projects at some stage of completion.

For the 2021-2022 years, this plan proposes $31,037,266 in project funding across 36 projects. Some funding has been allocated in previous years, while the majority relies on new allocations.

The City is looking for feedback on the the guiding document for all major City projects - The 2021-2026 Capital Improvement Plan. While maybe not as exciting as playing with puppies, this years plan does include a DOG PARK! See page 73 for the Woodin Creek Rehabilitation project which includes space for our furry friends. While you've got the document open, take a look at all the other neat things that are in the works. You can provide feedback by submitting a suggestion using the feature located below. Please submit your input by September 20, 2020.

The City Council will be discussing this draft plan at their regularly scheduled meeting on September 22, 2020. If you have comments about the draft Plan for the Council please submit them directly to: PublicComments@ci.woodinville.wa.us by 5:00 pm the day of the meeting. The final plan will be adopted in early December as part of the City budget.


The City of Woodinville’s Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) serves as a planning tool to assist the City in managing large capital investments over the course of a 6-year period. The basic functions of the CIP are to:

  • Provide the City with an orderly process for planning and budgeting capital needs,
  • Provide a mechanism for evaluating projects based on goals established through the community planning process, and Prioritize current and future needs to fit within the City’s anticipated level of financial resources
  • Projects are categorized by type: Street, Parks, Surface/Storm Water, Facilities, and Property Acquisition.

In the City of Woodinville, a capital asset or capital project is defined as a purchase or facility improvements of $5,000 or more with a useful life of one year or more.

In total, this plan includes 67 projects across 5 categories, with a estimated total project cost of $176,252,000. Projects consist of new projects for 2021-2026, not-yet-started carryover projects, and current projects at some stage of completion.

For the 2021-2022 years, this plan proposes $31,037,266 in project funding across 36 projects. Some funding has been allocated in previous years, while the majority relies on new allocations.