Capital Improvement Program Advisory Committee


The Capital Improvements Projects Citizen Advisory Committee (CIPCAC) was established by Resolution 2014-72 to advise the city on matters relating to the implementation of 2013 voter-approved Ballot Issue 2K.


To receive staff reports on the progress of each approved CIP project in relationship to established schedules, budget allocations, project goals, and quality management guidelines.

To provide advice to the City Council on opportunities and issues related to the implementation of the five approved CIP projects, specifically relating to the three key program elements of:

  • Accountability – Demonstrating effective stewardship of taxpayer dollars
  • Engagement – Provide tangible opportunities for community members to engage
  • Potential – Leverage civic support and progress beyond the initial five projects

To review and provide comment on public engagement and public information plans.

To promote public awareness and understanding of the voter-approved CIP projects and the implementation of each.

See the committee outline for more information.


The committee consists of eleven members. Eight of the members are two representatives from each ward and three of the members are at-large members. Members serve no more than two consecutive three-year terms.

Name  Term Expires
 Brian Connor  02/2020
 Colleen Becker  02/2020
 Delilah Collins  02/2020
 Jennifer Allen-Thomas  02/2019
 Maura O'Neal  02/2020
 Omar Guzman  02/2020
 Sandy Carruthers  02/2020
 Susan Carabajal  02/2021 


There is currently three vacancies for one Ward 3 member and two at-large members. To check to see if you live in Ward 3, please refer to the Ward 3 map.

Apply Today

You can apply online or paper applications can be picked up at the city clerk’s office at the Civic Center located at 7887 E 60th Ave.


The committee meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM in the Civic Center.

Agendas & Minutes 

View past and future scheduled meeting information.