ACHD Commission to consider the proposed 2020-2021 budget for adoption
Materials from the July 18th Meeting
Come view the proposed 2020 budget, a $123.2 million spending plan that includes projects to increase safety and mobility, which also provides for the maintenance and operation of Ada County's roads, sidewalks, traffic signals, bike lanes and related infrastructure. The proposed $59.8 million capital budget has 149 projects, including:
Please join us for this early peek at the document, which will be published in early August for public comment and considered by the ACHD Commission for adoption on the evening of August 21, 2019. ACHD staff will be on hand to answer your questions about the budget or anything else you may have on your mind.
We will also have information about the FY 2020-2024 Integrated Five-Year Work Plan (IFYWP). Attendees will have the opportunity to get a first glimpse at the proposed $335 million capital program and see how ACHD may be improving the transportation system in their neighborhood in the next 5 years. After learning about the proposed projects, the public will be able to submit comments on the importance and timing of each project to help the ACHD Commission as they decide on a final program of projects. The FY2020-2024 IFYWP will be considered by the Commission for adoption on September 25, 2019.
Questions and comments may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Materials from the March 14th Meeting
Ever wonder how roads get improved, how signals replace STOP signs or how new sidewalks are added to older streets?
By its nature, the planning, preparing and building of multi-million dollar projects takes a few years -- but the resulting asphalt, bridges and sidewalks last for decades. Each year, new items are added to our infrastructure do-list. Citizens will have many opportunities to get involved and make requests in coming months before the ACHD Commission considers the spending plan for adoption in late August.
ACHD starts the budget process early to allow citizens a chance to impact the process, if not for the coming year then for a year or two down the road, so to speak. The first open house for the Fiscal Year 2020 Budget was held on March 14, 2019. Another public workshop will occur in July.