A Capital Improvement Program is a short-range plan, usually four to ten years, which identifies capital projects and equipment purchases to provide a planning schedule and identify options for financing the plan. The program provides a link between the county and a comprehensive and strategic plan and the county's annual budget.
DeKalb County Capital Improvement Projects were adopted as a plan in December 2010 by the Board of Commissioners. The bulk of the projects include sewer upgrades, waterline replacement projects, and wastewater treatment plant upgrades to replace one of the oldest and fastest-growing infrastructures in North Georgia.
Clarkston Streetscapes | Emory Circle Water Main Replacement | Glendale Water Main Replacement | IHM Briarcliff Water Main Replacement | Parkridge and 8th Street Water Main Replacement | Rockbridge Road Water Main Replacement |