Capital Facilities Plan (CFP)
The City of Anacortes is currently working on our 2023-2028 Capital Facilities Plan. We are excited to announce the use of a new budgeting software, OpenGov.
The 2023-2028 CFP can be viewed online here: OpenGov Transparency Portal
Under the City logo on the top left, you will find a link to either the 'CFP Totals by Category' or 'CFP Revenue by Type (BARS)' reports. These are the expense and revenue reports respectively. Under each report selected, there is a saved 'view', which will display information for each CFP department or specific project.
CFP Priority in OpenGov
Departments have determined their project priorities based on these guidelines.
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Click here view the first draft of our online CFP/Budget Book. This is actively being updated, some information is not yet published.
2022-2027 CFP Second Quarter CFP Amendment 7-25-2022
Full Amended CFP Document. Links to the two amended projects are on the cover page.
Original Adopted 2022-2027 CFP Document
Visit the document center to View past City of Anacortes Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) documents
The Anacortes Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) presents a schedule of major public facility improvements that will be implemented within the next six-year period. Project design, land acquisition and construction costs and the projected means of financing these costs are integral components of this Plan. The projects included in the CFP were derived from a larger list of capital projects that had been previously identified in the City of Anacortes’ Comprehensive Plan and/or other planning studies that are incorporated into the Comprehensive Plan by reference. Each of these documents contains:
- An inventory of existing capital facilities owned by public entities, showing the locations and capacities of the capital facilities
- A forecast of the future needs for such capital facilities; and (c) the proposed locations and capacities of expanded or new capital facilities
The CFP presents only those major public improvements that are viewed as most urgently needed within the subsequent six years. However, these public improvements still require public hearings, environmental review, a public vote in some cases, and annual budget decisions.