Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
Projects planned for the 2022-2031 10-year period are outlined in the current Watershed Management Plan. For past projects, see the 15-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) developed as part of CLFLWD's "Watershed and Lake Water Quality Modeling Investigation for the Development of a Capital Improvement Plan," project. The resulting CIP is included in the "Watershed and Lake Water Quality Modeling Investigation for the Development of a Capital Improvement Plan."
Project Phases: The following phases are used for communicating project progress, especially when project spans multiple years. Phases are indicated in annual budgeting and project memos. For project-related memos and meeting minutes, visit www.clflwd.org/minutes.php.
- Phase 1. Planning: Pre-grant execution; includes project identification tasks such as diagnostic monitoring.
- Phase 2. Feasibility: Begins with grant agreement execution; includes surveying etc.
- Phase 3. Design: Begins with feasibility study acceptance and project ordering; includes project design.
- Phase 4. Implementation: Begins with project bidding; includes bidding, contract award, construction.
- Phase 5. Operations & Maintenance: Begins with certificate of completion acceptance and final payment; continues through project lifespan - typically 10-25 years.
|Project Name||Type||Lake Management District||Project Webpage Link|
|Moody Lake Capstone Projects||Capital Projects||Bone LMD|
|Washington Judicial Ditch 6 Wetland Restoration||Capital Projects||Forest LMD|
|Bone Lake Northeast Wetland Restoration||Capital Projects||Bone LMD|
|Little Comfort Lake Phosphorus Reduction Projects||Capital Projects||Little Comfort LMD|
|County Road 50 Iron Enhanced Sand Filter||Capital Projects||Forest LMD|
|Sunrise River HWY-61 Wetland Enhancement||Capital Projects||Comfort LMD|
|Bone Lake Subwatershed Assessment Implementation||Capital Projects||Bone LMD|
|AIS Prevention and Management Program||Invasive Species (AIS) Projects||District-Wide|