Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP)
A local infrastructure capital improvement plan (ICIP) is a plan that establishes planning priorities for anticipated capital projects. 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.
If you have any questions about the Local Government ICIP process contact:
Carmen Morin @ CarmenB.Morin@state.nm.us; (505) 827-8060.
Submit your ICIP's Annually
Local Government Entities ICIP DEADLINES:
Special Districts - June 15, 2017; Tribal Governments – July 15, 2017;
Counties and Municipalities – September 1, 2017, Senior Citizen Facilities September 15, 2017
If you have any questions about the State Entity ICIP process contact Tonantzin Lucero-Roybal @ Tonantzin.Roybal@state.nm.us (505) 827-4209. STATE ENTITIES DEADLINE JULY 1, 2017.
On behalf of the Department of Finance and Administration/Local Government Division, we would like to thank all Counties, Municipalities, Tribal Government Entities, Special Districts, and Senior Citizen Facilities for participating in the FY2018-2022 Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP).
The ICIP provides information from local government entities on priority infrastructure projects for their communities, including project detail of each specific infrastructure capital improvement project, funding time frames, and estimated costs over the FY2018-2020 period.
The FY2018-2022 ICIP publication consists of three reports: 1. Entity information that includes Project Priority Process, Capital Improvements Goals, and Factors/Trends Considered; 2. Project Summary of all projects submitted by each entity; and 3. the Project Detail Reports of each entity’s top five FY2018 projects.