Santa Fe County

Growth Management / Land Use

Santa Fe County Infrastructure Planning (ICIP)

 

ICIP

 

Santa Fe County is preparing the 2018-2022 Infrastructure and Capital Improvements Plan (ICIP) to submit to the NM Department of Finance and Administration, Local Government Division (DFA/LGD). The ICIP serves as a planning tool and a funding request mechanism to address capital project needs. The ICIP may include facilities, roads, utilities, parks, equipment and other capital projects.

Download the 2018 Capital Project Request Form [.docx]

What is an ICIP?

The ICIP is a plan for infrastructure and capital needs that is submitted to the State of NM for consideration of funding during the legislative sessions.

  • The ICIP lists capital need priorities that may be funded by the state during the period from July 1, 2017 –June 30, 2022.
  • The ICIP is updated and submitted annually.

Why is the ICIP important?

  • The ICIP demonstrates planning for capital projects
  • The ICIP lists project funding priorities for consideration of state funding
  • The ICIP is reviewed by multiple funding sources
  • The ICIP is not a wish list

What is a typical ICIP project?

  • Create a new fixed asset or enhance an existing fixed asset
  • Have a life expectancy of at least 10 years
  • A capital project estimated to cost $10,000 or more
  • Be ready to implement

What should an ICIP project include?

  • A realistic cost estimates, including operation and maintenance costs
  • All necessary agreements for operation or management completed
  • Leverage existing funds with Identified funding sources available/secured
  • When possible, provide benefit to a broad number of people or regional benefit such as water and wastewater systems

 

For more information, please contact Paul Olafson (505) 992-9866 / [bot protected email address].  

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