The Department of Finance and Administration’s (hereinafter “DFA”) Local Government Division (hereinafter “LGD”) in collaboration with the New Mexico Association of Regional Councils (hereinafter “NewMARC”), will hold five Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) Training Workshops throughout New Mexico for training on the local infrastructure capital improvement plan process. All local government entities, tribal governments, legislators, local elected officials, senior citizen facilities representatives, and interested members of the public who work with local governments are encouraged to attend.
The purpose of an ICIP is to establish planning priorities for anticipated capital projects. The state-coordinated ICIP process encourages entities to plan for the development of capital improvements to avoid emergency situations, and to plan for, fund, and develop infrastructure at a pace that sustains their activities.
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Training workshops will be a full day of ICIP training and presentations from funding agencies. The morning sessions will focus on the ICIP providing training on the ICIP database and planning process. The afternoon sessions will include panel experts and ICIP users who will focus on Project Types.
498 local government entities submitted their ICIP to DFA/LGD for FY 2020-2024 (33 counties; 99 municipalities; 77 tribal; 140 special districts; and 149 senior citizen facilities). Over 5,793 projects were
included in the final ICIP publication which can be found on the ICIP website at http://nmdfa.state.nm.us/ICIP.aspx.
Pre-registration to attend a 2019 ICIP training workshop is required. Early registration is encouraged, as space is limited for each location. For more information, or to register your attendance, please contact Carmen Morin, ICIP Program Manager at 505-827-4797 or CarmenB.Morin@state.nm.us.
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