Each year the City of Marshall must prepare a six-year capital program that is formally adopted by City Council. This six-year capital improvement program, commonly referred to as the CIP, is the guide for future capital needs and resource allocation for the City of Marshall.
Beginning in September, staff update the previous CIP to address the changes impacting the six-year plan and add the latest fiscal year. The Finance Director assembles the data and analyzes the needs and the potential revenue resources.
The Marshall City Planning Commission's role is to review the CIP to make certain it addresses any priorities included in the Master Plan for Future Land Use. The Planning Commission then accepts and recommends Council approval of the CIP.
Marshall City Council holds a public hearing to receive comments by the public on the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Once discussed and agreed upon, Council then approves the final CIP.
Any questions on the document should be directed to the
Finance Director's office at City Hall
323 West Michigan Avenue
Marshall, MI 49068
Current and Prior Years' Capital Improvement Programs