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City of Edmond Public and Capital Improvement Projects
From road improvements to new public facilities, the City of Edmond is continuously adding and improving public amenities. If you would like to learn more about some of the current and recent projects, please check out the interactive map through the link below.
Interactive Projects Map
Future Transportation Infrastructure Projects Map
What are Capital Improvement Projects?
Capital Improvement Projects are the major projects that expand, renovate, and replace city infrastructure. Additionally, a Capital Improvement Project can be new construction or land acquisition. Examples of capital improvement projects include the expansion of the Edmond Animal Shelter in 2020, the renovation of the historical museum in 2019, and the Railroad Quiet Zones completed in 2020. This is not to mention the numerous street projects providing safe roads and sidewalks.
To view a list of the capital projects completed over the last 20 years, click here.
How are Capital Improvement Projects funded?
Current and recent capital improvement projects are funded through two sales tax ordinances:
- City of Edmond Sales Tax Ordinance of 2000 (extension of 1996 CIP Sales Tax): Passed by Edmond voters to begin October 1, 2001, this tax levies an additional tax of ¾ of 1% upon the gross proceeds or gross receipts derived from all sales taxable under the Oklahoma State Tax Code. Click here for the full text of the ordinance.
- City of Edmond Sales Tax Ordinance of 2011: Commonly known as the Public Safety Center Sales Tax, this ordinance was originally passed in 2011. Edmond voters passed the extension and amendment to the original ordinance in 2016, resulting in a 10-year, ½ of one percent special purpose sales tax, which began April 1, 2017 and will end March 31, 2027. Click here for the full text of the ordinance.
How can I get involved?
The Capital Improvement Projects Advisory Board advises the Edmond City Council regarding the capital improvement projects program, recommending budgets and construction schedules of eligible projects.
The board meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. For more information on the Capital Improvement Projects Advisory Board, click here. To access agendas and minutes from the board, click here.