Menifee City Council gives nod to a $447 million Capital Improvement Plan for the next 5 years

Fits with the General Plan

Menifee’s Community Development Director Cheryl Kitzerow asks Menifee City Council members for ideas on environmental consideration, good neighbor policies and sustainable design strategies, for larger warehouses during the July 7 Menifee City Council meeting. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The Menifee Capital Improvement Plan and schedule for 2021 and 2022 and the next four years was finally approved by the Menifee City Council in a July 7 extended meeting. The Council also increased the priority of installing a traffic signal at busy Goetz Road and Vista Way in the CIP.The council examined the warehouse and industrial complex logistics of those projects coming into the city toward the end of the almost five-hour long meeting. Many Menifee landowners and developers appeared in person to voice their favor for more of the projects coming into the city because of demand.The approval of the final CIP program that outlines, in detail, 131 infrastructure projects either completed, under construction or to be completed in the next one to five years, comes after numerous mee
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