Key projects include Infrastructure Updates, Environmental Initiatives, Hub Construction and Park Improvements
Nassau County, NY – Earlier this week, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran released her proposed 2020-2023 Capital Improvement Plan. The aggressive and comprehensive four-year plan seeks to invest strategically in crucial infrastructure improvements, important environmental initiatives and economic development projects.
“I am dedicated to smart and transformative capital projects that not only improve our infrastructure and resolve critical needs but also work to make the county attractive to new residents and businesses. We must meet the challenges of retaining our tax base by building on transit-oriented development and making Nassau County the ideal place to live, work and play,” said Nassau County Executive Laura Curran.
This $2.3 billion plan will build on infrastructure successes that the County has achieved over the past year, including the robust Roadway Resurfacing program which will continue into 2021. Through investment in County roads a record 200 lane miles of resurfacing will be completed in 2019 assuring the integrity and ride quality of the County road network. The Capital Plan seeks to apply the same approach to county buildings and basic infrastructure that are critical to quality of life and delivery of services to Nassau County residents.
At the same time, the four-year plan targets unique and transformative projects like the Hub aimed to encourage business development, job growth and attract young generations to stay in Nassau County. The plan also addresses key environmental and county improvements crucial to the quality of life of many residents.
Some key projects include:
“The 2020 – 2023 Capital Improvement Plan continues my commitment to restoring and improving infrastructure while investing in big picture projects that will improve the county for generations to come,” said County Executive Curran.