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Sunday December 17th, 2017

Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan

The local Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan, also known as the ICIP, is a plan that establishes priorities for anticipated capital projects. The need for this kind of planning has gained importance in New Mexico, where entities are faced with pressing demands for multiple capital improvements and limited funding to support them. The state-coordinated ICIP process encourages entities to plan for the development of capital improvements so that they do not find themselves in emergency situations, but can plan for, fund, and develop infrastructure at a pace that sustains their activities.

What is the ICIP?

Benefits

Statewide Benefits

The local governing officials set priorities based on factors affecting the entity, entity needs and capacity. These priorities should be for the entire entity, not just a local department or division. Those criteria include, public safety, legal liability, emergencies, compliance with laws and or regulations.