Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

The City's Project Development staff provide oversight, implementation, and inspection of CIP projects. Examples of CIP projects include street improvements, sewer replacements, street tree planting, municipal building enhancements and marina area and park improvements. 

What's going on in San Leandro?

Check out our interactive map below for information on scheduled project work around the City. Click on the icons to learn more about our projects!

  1. Annual Street Sealing 2018-19

    Annual Street Sealing 2018-19

    This project was completed in winter 2020. Treatments included slurry seal, asphalt rubber chip cape seal or micro-surfacing, as well as the addition of ADA compliant curb ramps. Additional Info...
  2. Annual Street Sealing 2019-21

    Annual Street Sealing 2019-21

    Work for this project began in fall 2021 and is scheduled to be completed in spring 2022. Treatments included slurry seal, asphalt rubber chip cape seal or micro-surfacing, as well as the addition of ADA compliant curb ramps. Additional Info...
  3. Annual Street Overlay-Rehab 2018-20

    Annual Street Overlay/Rehabilitation 2018-20

    The construction phase for this project commenced in fall 2020 and is projected to be completed in spring 2022. This project will rehabilitate a total of 10.63 lanes miles of roadway. Additional Info...
  4. Annual Street Overlay-Rehab 2017-18

    Annual Street Overlay/Rehabilitation 2017-18

    This project began construction in fall 2018 and was completed in fall 2020. This project rehabilitated a total of 13.1 lane miles of roadway. Additional Info...

CIP Funding

Learn more about where our CIP project funding comes from.

How should we spend our CIP Budget?

Please share any ideas you have about road maintenance, parks or dream projects that would make San Leandro a better place for all!

Take the CIP survey and help us distribute the CIP funds in a manner that best serves our community.

CIP Unfunded Project List

As part of the City's annual budget process, the City Council approves a list of new capital improvement projects. Unfortunately, we don't have enough funding to construct every project. Find a current list of unfunded projects (PDF).

Find more information on the unfunded projects (PDF).