• Pacific Avenue Athletic Complex
    The Pacific Avenue Athletic Complex will include lit ball fields, concessions, restrooms, play areas, open green space, ramada’s, a lake and parking.
  • Pacific Avenue Athletic Complex
    The Athletic Complex will enhance Yuma's historic downtown area, retail and hospitality by bringing new visitors and additional spending to the community. The City’s competitive leagues are growing and as a result local demand and tournament play will utilize the complex year round.
  • Civic Center Sunset Terrace Expansion
    The original footprint of the Sunset Terrace was expanded to include a bar area and shade structure.
  • 16th Street & 4th Avenue Intersection Improvements
    This intersection is one of the City’s most congested intersections. Improving this intersection will increase capacity thus improving traffic flow and safety.
  • 24th Street - Avenue B to C Reconstruction
    The minor arterial was reconstructed to include turn, hold lanes, and a 10 foot wide lit multiuse path and roadway discharge storage.
  • Gila Street - 1st Street to Giss Parkway Paving
    The existing pavement has deteriorated with severe cracking and abrasive block cracking making replacement necessary. The water and wastewater infrastructure in this segment of road were installed in the 1950's and replacing will prevent future failure.
  • West Main Canal Multiuse Path
    A lit 10 feet wide multiuse pathway was constructed along the West Main Canal.
  • Desert Dunes Solar Project
    Desert Dunes Solar Project - The system is a 500Kw system and depending on the time of year will provide 1/3 to 1/2 of the plant’s power needs.
  • 16th Street Tank Interior Recoat
    The interior of tanks 1 and 3 were recoated.
  • Agua Viva Solar Project
    Agua Viva Solar Project - It is estimated the solar arrays will yield savings of $25,000-$30,000 each year initially, savings will increase over time as electrical rates increase.
  • Yuma Multimodel Center
    Yuma Multimodal Center - Reclaiming this historic resource will dramatically enhance the appearance of the downtown area, while providing an important transit facility for the community.

Capital Improvement Program


The City of Yuma's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is the City's financial plan for the improvement and/or construction of municipal infrastructure. The purpose of the City's CIP is to identify and address infrastructure needs while adopting the goals and policies set forth by City Council and the City of Yuma General Plan. Our mission is to deliver quality public services and to advance the social and economic well-being of our present and future citizens. The role infrastructure plays in delivering quality services cannot be overstated.

Infrastructure includes the basic physical structure, systems and facilities needed to provide services to residents such as sidewalks, streets, parks, fire stations, police facilities, and water and sewer systems. Infrastructure impacts the community and its economy heavily. Capital projects represent a significant investment in the construction of new infrastructure and the improvement or expansion of current infrastructure.

CIP and Other Related Documents

New projects are developed throughout the course of the fiscal year. New projects are proposed to Administration by City Council, Planning and Zoning Commission, citizens and staff. Once a project is proposed, it is evaluated for compatibility with City goals and policies, related projects and priority.

City goals and policies can be identified in a number of programs and plans adopted by City Council such as the City of Yuma General PlanMajor Roadways PlanInfrastructure Improvements Plan,  and the Parks and Recreation Facility Plan, to name a few.

Capital Improvement Programs

Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2018-2022 TO BE adopted May 17, 2017

Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2017-2021 adopted May 4, 2016

Project Maps

The link below illustrate the current projects in the Program.