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Infrastructure Investment Plan

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.

On September 6, 2022, the Long Beach City Council approved the FY23 budget which includes the Measure A Five-Year Infrastructure Plan (FY23-FY27). Please note: Funding of projects estimated to occur between FY23- FY27 are subject to funding availability. View the map below for projects planned from FY23 – FY27.

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Link to FY23-27 Citywide Infrastructure Investment Plan Image

More Information:

Street Improvements Plan by District
Street Improvement Plan
by District

Pavement Condition Index Map - Streets
Pavement Condition Index
Map - Streets
Pavement Condition Index Map - Alleys
Pavement Condition Index
Map - Alleys
ArcGIS Story Map
Pavement Management
Program Report