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This page contains archived information of previous years Capital Budget and Planning for Metro. For current information, visit the Capital Budget and Planning (Finance Department) page.
The Capital Improvement Budget Information for Fiscal Years 2017-2018 through current have moved to the Planning Department's Capital Improvements Budget page.
The Capital Spending Plan contains the Mayor's recommendations of capital project requests from the capital improvements budget that the Administration would like to see approved and financed. The plan must be approved by the Metro Council by Resolution.
The Capital Status Report is produced every quarter and details the status of approved capital projects from the prior capital spending plans.
The Four Percent Reserve Fund is a pool of guaranteed monies derived by a fund transfer from the General Fund Revenue of the General Services District (GSD). It is specifically intended by Metropolitan Charter to provide funds for the purchase of equipment and/or the repair of buildings for those departments deriving their operating budgets from the General Services District General Fund.
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