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A strong foundation of any city lies in its infrastructure. City infrastructure includes building and maintaining streets, sidewalks, curbs, trees, parks, community centers, libraries, and other public facilities. Investing in infrastructure is important to serve the needs of residents and businesses. Every fiscal year, City staff are tasked with recommending a variety of infrastructure investments for City Council consideration. The Infrastructure Investment Plan (IIP) focuses on a citywide approach, considering where the City and residents can reap the most benefits.

The Elevate '28 Infrastructure Investment Plan is a 5 year (FY 23 to FY 27) infrastructure program made of projects dedicated to serving Long Beach parks, community and public facilities, access to mobility, and street improvements.

As part of Fiscal Year 2023 Budget, the Long Beach City Council approved a new five-year (FY 23 – FY 27) infrastructure investment plan totaling over $533 million with over a hundred unique projects, consisting of four main categories: Mobility, Park Improvements, Public Facilities, and Right-of-Way, Water Quality, & Climate Action.

In Fiscal Year 2024, the City enlarged the initial five-year plan with an additional $214 million of funding spread across an additional three categories: 2028 Olympic Legacy, Community & Cultural Investments, and Gold Medal Park Refresh Projects and branded the plan as the Elevate ’28 Infrastructure Investment Plan.

The Elevate ’28 Infrastructure Investment Plan currently consists of over $315 million of Measure A funding and over $440 million of funding anticipated from additional funding sources, such as LA Metro Transportation Funding (Prop A, Prop C, Measure M, Measure R), State Gas Tax, SB-1, LA County Measure W, and various grant awards.

We encourage the public to explore the projects and planned funding within the Elevate ’28 Investment Plan via the Elevate ’28 website: LBElevate28.com.

For more information regarding the City’s Measure A investment, including Measure A infrastructure investments prior to the Elevate ’28 plan, please visit longbeach.gov/citymanager/measure-a.

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Elevate '28 Infrastructure Investment Plan Map

More Information:

Street Improvements Plan by District
Street Improvement Plan
by District

ArcGIS Story Map
Pavement Management
Program Report