General Government

CIP - General Government

The General Government portion of the proposed CIP totals $1,983,000 in FY2022. More information about the first year requests can be found below. Refer to the CIP book for FY2022-27 for a complete list of proposed projects for fiscal years 2023 through 2027.

Capital Reserve – Infrastructure and Equipment

This project transfers funds from the operating budget into a reserve account to fund future projects and equipment. 

Cost: $1,025,000

Capital Reserve – Cemetery

This project transfers funds from the operating budget into a reserve account to fund future cemetery projects.

Cost: $125,000

General Facility Repairs and Updates

This project will fund ongoing improvements and upgrades needed to maintain the efficiency and effectiveness of Dover's municipal buildings.

Cost: $50,000

CAMA Software Replacement and Implementation

The current CAMA (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal) system, known as Univers, is no longer being developed.  Replacement computers in the Assessor’s Office are being rebuilt to support the older 32-bit technology to sustain it.  Throughout the State, municipalities have been phasing out this software. This system is on its way to becoming obsolete. 

The conversion process to a new CAMA system will likely require additional support.  Once in place, the system will increase the efficiency of the Assessor’s Office, as well as smooth out and provide more flexible and effective valuation tools.

Cost: $33,000

Cemetery Improvements

This project would fund multiple improvements to the city-owned Pine hill Cemetery. The work includes resurfacing roads, replacing diseased trees, developing new burial, creating new cremation burial options, and converting the 1888 receiving tomb into a cremation mausoleum.

Cost: $250,000

City Hall Structural/Safety Improvements

This project makes repairs to the Municipal Building (City Hall), which was built in 1935. The repairs include painting the clock tower, painting exterior trim, installing a sprinkler system on the first and second floors, and replacing electrical service to the building.

Cost: $500,000