Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

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Adopted Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Years 2022-26

The Fairfax County Public Schools' Capital Improvement Program (CIP) annually reviews current student membership analysis and facilities data to identify future capacity needs and capital requirements. The changing conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic and a virtual start to school have impacted several elements that are part of the CIP approach.  A five-year projection set has not been produced as the possible future impact of the unique decline in membership for School Year (SY) 2020-21 will depend on many factors, including the future course of the pandemic and economic conditions.  An assessment of facility capacity was not completed, and program capacity utilization was not calculated due to a virtual start to the school year and ongoing planning for a return to school with social distancing which required using all available rooms for core instruction.

The Fairfax County School Board has adopted the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-26 CIP, which focuses on capital projects, including new school construction, capacity enhancements, and renovations.  Actual completion dates for capital projects depend on cash flow and debt service limitations established by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. Visit the links below for more detailed information.

Fairfax County Public Schools' Superintendent Scott S. Brabrand has released the school system's Adopted CIP for FY 2022-2026.

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Contact Us

Please contact Facilities Planning Services at 571-423-2330 for general inquiries regarding the Capital Improvement Program or you may submit your question online.

Prior Year CIP Documents

Department of Facilities and Transportation Services

The Department of Facilities and Transportation Services ensures that students have appropriate and safe facilities as well as a safe ride to school.