CIP Summary. For details regarding projects by functional area, please see the table below.
An overview of the six-year capital infrastructure spending plan for Prince William County is available in the
|Community Development||$72,357,684 ||11% |
|Human Services||$9,000,000 ||1%|
Percentage does not equal 100% due to rounding
What is the CIP?
County code requires the preparation of a CIP, guided by the Strategic Plan, Comprehensive Plan, and Principles of Sound Financial Management. The CIP includes both County and Schools projects, ensuring one affordable plan. The FY19 capital projected expenditures for the County government is $134.5 million. Funding sources for County projects include the general fund, debt, state/federal, fire levy, stormwater management fees, proffers, the transportation reserve, capital reserve, internal service fund balance, and solid waste fees.
CIP Web Mapping Application
Experience an interactive visual of the FY2019-FY2024 CIP projects when you click the image below. Instructions on how to uses the interactive application is available in the .
Established in 2017, the mission and purpose is to establish more frequent contact and collaboration between PWC School Board and Prince William Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) in order to discuss capital needs, enhance efficiency in planning processes, and improve service outcomes to the community. Founding School and BOCS members include Ruth Anderson, Shawn Brann, Pete Candland, Lillie Jessie, Frank Principi, and Loree Williams. Additional information and documents related to the work of the team can be found online at www.pwcgov.org/jointcip.