02. Executive Summary

Plan By the Numbers 

The FY2022-31 Capital Plan reconsiders the recommended policies of past Plans in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the need for near-term stimulus spending, and the City’s commitment to racial equity and climate resilience. Policies governing the Plan are discussed in the Introduction as well as the Capital Sources chapter. The Plan also lays out a number of goals that continue key objectives from previous years, including robust funding for asset preservation, relocating critical City services to seismically sound facilities, and construction of several public infrastructure projects to improve services and quality of life.

As shown in Table 1.1, this Plan captures $22.4 billion in recommended direct City investments and $15.6 billion in external agency investment, which total nearly $38 billion in capital improvements citywide. This work is estimated to create nearly 170,000 local jobs over the next decade.

Table 1.1

Capital Plan Summary in Five-Year Intervals 

(Dollars in Millions) 

BY SERVICE AREA

FY22-26

FY27-31

Plan Total 

Affordable Housing

1,891

732

2,622

Public Safety

992

276

1,268

Health and Human Services

739

93

832

Infrastructure & Streets

6,396

4,157

10,553

Recreation, Culture, and Education 

2,466

1,508

3,974

Economic & Neighborhood Development

3,564

2,053

5,616

Transportation

9,342

3,577

12,919

General Government

35

127

162

TOTAL 

25,424

12,523

37,947

 

BY DEPARTMENT TYPE 

FY22-26

FY27-31

Plan Total 

General Fund Departments 

3,065

1,544

4,609

Enterprise Departments 

11,550

6,211

17,761

      City & County Subtotal 

14,615

7,755

22,371

External Agencies 

10,809

4,768

15,576

TOTAL 

25,424

12,523

37,947

Table 1.1 Provides an overview of this Plan’s capital program broken down by service category and department type.