The City has four voter-approved bond programs that are regularly funding capital improvement projects.
Small amounts of funding remain from previous bond programs that have reached substantial completion, such as the 1998 and 2000 programs.
The Capital Planning Office provides program-level management and oversight of the City's voter-approved bond programs.
The data in this table is current through the third fiscal quarter of FY 16, which ended June 31, 2016.
Appropriated: City Council authorizes the appropriation of funds, which gives staff the legal authority to expend the funds for a specific purpose. City Council may approve multiple installments of funding throughout the project’s phases.
Available: The amount of funds allocated minus the amount encumbered and expended. This amount represents funds that are unappropriated and/or unobligated but which are programmed or intended for specific projects or programs that meet the public purpose of the bond proposition.
Encumbered: Commitments made to unperformed contracts for goods or services.
Expended: Funds that have been paid for goods or services.
Obligated: The sum of funds encumbered and expended.
Unobligated: The amount of funds appropriated less the funds obligated.
Voter-Approved Bond Program Projects
The table below includes information for projects that appear on the City of Austin’s Capital Improvements Visualization Information and Communication (CIVIC) Map Viewer. Information is currently available for most CIP projects funded in full or in part by voter-approved bond programs from 2012, 2010, 2006 and earlier. The dataset below is subject to change at any time, and does not represent a comprehensive list of capital improvement projects. Future updates will identify from which bond program the projects are receiving funding.
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