Street improvements and a new animal control building are among priorities the city of Clovis has outlined in its infrastructure capital improvement plan.
The plan, which is required by state Department of Finance and Administration, outlines projects the city would like to work on, if capital outlay or other funding sources become available between 2012 and 2016.
It was approved at Thursday’s city commission meeting, and was preceded by a Sept. 9 public hearing.
The top five projects in the 2012-2016 wish list include:
• Wellness Center and soccer complex upgrades ($7 million).
• Various street improvements ($23.75 million).
• A new emergency communications and city government center ($4 million).
• An effluent water system ($12.5 million).
• A new animal control building ($2.75 million).