Skip to Main Content View Text-Only

Portland Water Bureau

From forest to faucet, we deliver the best drinking water in the world.


1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 600, Portland, OR 97204

More Contact Info

Report Details Capital Projects that Maintain, Improve Water Infrastructure

By Lindsay Wochnick

The Portland Water Bureau has published the Fiscal Year (FY) 2014-15 Capital Improvement Plan Annual Report (CIPAR) and Appendix.

FY 2014-15 CIPAR ReportCompiled by the Water Bureau's CIP Planning Group, the report strives to: 

  1. Increase capital project transparency and accountability.
  2. Provide current status details for major (those with a total budget of $500,000 or more) and minor projects recording costs during FY 2014-15.
  3. Summarize the bureau’s progress on its capital projects in the past fiscal year.
  4. Lay the groundwork for upcoming budget discussions for continuing projects.

In the main report, each of the Water Bureau’s major projects are detailed and includes information on each project’s scope, schedule, budget, expenditures, and forecasts for future expenditures.  There is also a separate Appendix  of all projects, including those that fall below the $500,000 threshold.

Since FY 2010-11 when the Water Bureau inaugurated the CIPAR, CIP Planning employees have worked with the bureau's Administration, Finance and Support Services, and Resource Protection and Planning work groups to draft the document. These partnerships help to ensure efficient and expedited data collection and quality, a user-friendly presentation, and a quick turnaround of reportable information.

Access the Water Bureau’s current and past CIP Annual Reports and Appendices at


Please review our Code of Conduct rules before posting a comment to this site. Your comment will be visible to site administrators only.

Submit a Comment
Name (optional)
E-mail (optional)
 Remember Info Yes   No
Spam Prevention In the Pacific Northwest, what state is Portland in?