Welcome to Boulder's
Capital Improvement Bond Projects Website
The City of Boulder would like to thank Boulder residents for voting for Ballot Item 2A in the November 2011 election!
Ballot Item 2A passed by a 3-to-1 margin and gave the city the authority to leverage existing revenues to bond for up to $49 million to pay for necessary capital investments. Because the bond is paid for with existing revenues, the 2011 ballot item did not raise taxes.
The 2011 vote allows the city to implement a list of projects that address significant deficiencies and high priority infrastructure improvements like roadway reconstruction, park facility upgrades, critical software updates, police equipment needs, and more.
The majority of the 2011 bond package projects must be implemented in three years. Expect to see a lot of construction around town for the next few years. By 2015, we should have a number of parks, roads and other city facilities that have been updated and enhanced for the broader community's benefit.
The Capital Investment Stakeholder Committee also explored a second bond package proposal. This is referred to as "Round 2" and more information can be found at www.bouldercolorado.gov/cis .
Go to the Map or the Projects page to track the progress of the bond implementation.
Learn more about the Downtown Improvements.
You may notice the new Capital Improvement Bond signs going up in different areas around town. The signs will be posted at project areas as construction begins and will help connect the community to the projects that are being funded by the bond.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 May 2013 15:24