CIP - Special Revenue Funds

CIP - Special Revenue Funds

The General Government portion of the proposed CIP totals $619,000 in FY2021. More information about the first year requests can be found below. Refer to the CIP book for FY2021-26 for a complete list of proposed projects for fiscal years 2022 through 2026.

Building Access Control and CCTV Systems

This project includes the installation of electronic keycard and CCTV systems in all larger municipal facilities and to standardize keycard and CCTV systems. This extends Access Control and Security Systems technology used at the Dover Police Station.

Cost: $75,000

Conservation Funding

Dover has a long history of protecting open land through the purchase of conservation easements. The Open Lands Committee was created to lead that effort. 100% of Current Use Penalty payments are deposited in the Conservation Fund, except for the first $75,000 which is transferred to the General Fund to partially pay for a City Planner. Revenues have decreased in recent years as the amount of land in Current Use declines. The OLC has several land protection projects that can’t proceed due to a lack of funds. The Conservation Fund balance is $109,000. Land conservation helps to mitigate climate change impacts.

Cost: $250,000

DoverNet Client System Replacement

The City of Dover has 230 client systems for use by employees. Clients are replaced on a rotating basis once every seven years or so, or an average of 30 to 32 per year).

Cost: $54,000

SAU Athletic Improvements

Special revenue funds will be used in conjunction with capital reserve funds to fund improvements of current and future athletic projects and programming needs, such as:

  • Fields, track and related equipment
  • Tennis courts
  • Score Boards
  • Lighting
  • Storage Facilities
  • Bleachers

Cost: $30,000

SAU Cafeteria Maintenance/Repair/Upgrade

Ongoing repair of the infrastructure and replacement of the equipment and furniture is essential to providing high quality food and nutrition services to students. A multi-year strategic plan for improvements is under development to inform project priorities.

  • Cafeteria/Kitchen Maintenance and Repairs
  • Mechanical and ventilation systems, plumbing and electrical upgrades
  • Life Safety Improvements
  • Replacement of Furniture and Equipment
  • Replacement of Food Service Transportation Vehicle

Cost: $40,000

SAU Light Vehicle Replacement

Replace district vehicles (primarily vans) that transport students to various curricular and co-curricular activities. Replacement of maintenance equipment such as tractors, trailers, scissor lifts, Steiner and the like, as well as utility vehicles to transport equipment and materials. Several current pieces of equipment (e.g., scissor lift) are out of code and need to be replaced to meet OSHA and other safety standards. Utility vehicles are nearing end of life and will impact ability to effectively maintain facilities if not replaced.

Cost: $50,000

McConnell Center Trim Repairs/Painting

The original 100 year old wooden trim is showing signs of deterioration and needs replacement and repairs in many areas. Work includes caulking and painting trim, and checking/repairing brick works in order to preserve it from water and other damage.

Cost: $120,000