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City of Menifee to hold public workshops to review Capital Improvement Program

The City of Menifee invites the Menifee community to its special workshop on Wednesday, April 6, at 3 p.m. at Menifee City Hall to provide input on the city’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). An additional CIP workshop will be held on Wednesday, April 20, at 3 p.m.

The CIP provides for the maintenance and improvement of the city’s infrastructure including streets, sidewalks, storm drains, street lighting, and traffic signals. The CIP also incorporates city-owned facilities, parks, and business/computer support systems.

The city’s current five-year CIP covers the years 2021 through 2026. A CIP Plan Book is also developed and updated annually to help ensure funding is available for the capital improvements in accordance with the program. That document was last amended on March 2 and is available for review on the city’s website. The City also has an interactive CIP status map for major projects viewable online at www.cityofmenifee.us/cip.

“The Capital Improvement Program guides the city’s long-term planning and implementation of critical infrastructure improvements that will help strengthen the quality of life of the Menifee community,” City Manager Armando G. Villa said. “These public workshops provide a tremendous opportunity for our residents to have a voice in this process and communicate their priorities directly to the City Council for consideration.”

Residents are encouraged to attend these special city council meetings to provide their input and learn more about upcoming projects related to transportation, facilities, and parks and recreation.

Residents who are unable to attend in person can watch both workshops live on the city’s YouTube channel at www.cityofmenifee.us/youtube.

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