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The City Council would like to get feedback from all citizens on what projects they would like to see from the American Rescue Plan projects presented by staff. The City of Cibolo is expected to receive a total of $6,820,475.39 in American Rescue Plan funding from the federal government.
Here is a list of Projects and Projects costs
Please send your comments to your council member or mayor.
Stosh Boyle, Mayor - email@example.com Jennifer Schultes, District 1 – District1@cibolotx.gov Steve Quinn, District 2 – District2@cibolotx.gov Reggie Bone, District 3 – District3@cibolotx.gov Ted Gibbs, District 4 – District4@cibolotx.gov Mark Allen, District 5 – District5@cibolotx.gov Tim Woliver, District 6 – District6@cibolotx.gov Joel Hicks, District 7 – District7@cibolotx.gov
For clarification on the CIP projects, please see the below information.
Fiber to PW, FS2, and FS3: CIP ID:18PF004
This project is on CIP List currently in the bullpen. The price has gone up since the last CIP revision with the introduction of Firestation No. 3.
OpenGov: CIP ID: 18PF005
This project is on CIP List currently in the bullpen. The price was reduced because the City of Cibolo budgeted to transition our financial software to the OpenGov platform in FY2020. The additional funds to transition other functions such as permits, code enforcement, and grants can be covered through ARP funds.
Tolle Rd Sewer: CIP ID: 18WW008
This project is currently on the CIP list under FY 2020 and is in the engineering phase. The ARP funds can cover sewer infrastructure but not road repair or reconstruction. The ARP funds would cover the sewer extension costs and the other portion of the project (roads and drainage ways) funded by D.R. Horton and Cibolo.
Water - Shady Medows: CIP ID: 18WA009
This project is on the CIP list scheduled to start in Fiscal Year 2023. The price has increased due to the cost of materials rising.
Downtown Drainage: CIP ID: 18SW001 and 18SW005
This project is split into two phases on the CIP. Phase 1 is Loop 539 Drainage and scheduled to start in FY 2021, and phase 2 is Old Town Drainage and is expected to begin in FY 2022. This project included road repair, which ARP funds cannot be used. The price requested reflects the cost of the project without the road reconstruction costs.