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Summary of Infrastructure Priority
The focus of this priority is to proactively and efficiently maintain needed infrastructure. Infrastructure means the capital improvements needed to support City activities. It includes the City’s complete streets and rights of way, parks, information technology equipment and software, fleet and capital equipment, buildings, greenways, conservation areas, monuments, public art, public spaces and stormwater facilities. Many types of infrastructure necessary for the City to function are provided by other agencies such as the WVWA, Roanoke Regional Airport, Norfolk Southern, VDOT, and utility companies. The infrastructure priority includes the City’s collaborative relationship with these other organizations. Infrastructure is important because it provides the framework for the delivery of services to citizens. New infrastructure should be built for quality, and resources for its maintenance must be anticipated and provided.
|Tom Carr||Planning, Building & Development||Leader|
|Ken Bernard||Fleet Management||Member|
|Jonathan Craft||City Clerk||Member|
|Susan Lower||Real Estate Valuation||Member|
|John McGhee||Facilities Management||Member|
|Paul Workman||Management & Budget||DMB Representative|