Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is the plan of the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Education to fund capital projects during the fiscal year covered by the capital budget and the succeeding five fiscal years. Through the CIP, educational facilities are planned, designed, renovated and constructed based on the prioritization of needs established in the Educational Facility Master Plan (EFMP).

CURRENT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

 Board Approval Milestones FY 2021 - 2026 CIP   

 OPPORTUNITIES FOR PUBLIC INPUT

Members of the public and stakeholders are invited to attend and/or give formal testimony at the Board of Education meetings and public hearings (Sign up here!

Review the CIP documents and participate in a survey to provide your thoughts and feedback (Take the CIP Survey)

The Capital Programs team is available to answer any questions or concerns emailed to capital.programs@pgcps.org  

  TIMELINE AND PROCESS OF THE CIP
The proposed CIP is generally presented to the Board of Education at one of their first August meetings of the School Year (SY). The plan is introduced as a 'First Reader' initially, then followed by a Public Hearing where community input can be heard. A 'Second Reader' is scheduled following the public hearing where the plan is scheduled for action by the Board. Once approved, the plan is forwarded to the County Council and the County Executive for funding review as well as to the State of Maryland. Both the County and the State review the details of the plan in anticipation of approving capital funds in the Spring. During the time of review, community stakeholders have many opportunities to voice their opinions regarding the various capital projects contained in the plan.  

EVENT TIMELINE
First Reader of CIP at Board of Education  August
Public Hearing      September
Second Reader of CIP at Board of Education September
CIP Submitted to County Executive and Council October
CIP Submitted to Maryland Interagency Committee for Public School Construction October
Interagency Committee Hearing December
Interagency Recommendations Submitted to Board of Public Works      January
Board of Public Works Hearing January
County Executive's Public Hearing January
County Executive's Second Public Hearing April
Maryland Legislature Budget Adoption April
County Council Budget Hearing May
Board of Public Works Final Budget Adoption May
County Council Budget Approval May
Capital Budget Allocations Available July

QUICK LINKS

 

 

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Louis Wilson Sr. Facilities Administration Building
13300 Old Marlboro Pike, Room 14
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772
T 301-952-6548 F 301-952-6526
E capital.programs@pgcps.org

 

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