During its Aug. 9 workshop meeting, the Conroe City Council reviewed its capital improvement program budget for fiscal year 2023-24.

In a nutshell

The city of Conroe is proposing $8.3 million in general government projects—which includes street, signal, facilities, parks and drainage projects—and $38 million in water and sewer projects, according to a presentation given by Collin Boothe, the city's director of finance and assistant city administrator.

Zooming in

In general government projects, the city is looking to include several street rehabilitation and fiber connectivity projects in the FY 2023-24 budget. Within facilities updates, the city is also proposing budgeting for a $2 million police driving track property, according to Boothe’s presentation.

Meanwhile, the water and sewer projects proposed to be included in the FY 2023-24 budget include water line rehabilitations and extensions, and sewer line rehabilitations and extensions, among other projects, according to Boothe’s presentation.

Quote of note

“When we adopt the 10-year CIP in September, we start the debt issuance process for year one,” Boothe said during his presentation.

Stay tuned

Conroe City Council’s next meeting is set for Aug. 10 at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 300 W. Davis St., Conroe.