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FY23 Capital Budget

Learn more about the City's long-term investments supported by the Capital Budget.

The FY23-FY27 Capital Plan totals $3.6 billion. It includes 407 projects to be started or completed over the next five years. 

  • The Capital Plan is a multi-year plan for acquiring or improving physical assets we own and the means for financing the work.
  • Capital projects can include many different kinds of projects, from construction of schools and libraries to renovations of recreation centers and bridges.
  • The City funds the Capital Plan through bonds we sell, other City funds, and grants (state, federal, or private).

Capital Projects Map

Explore the City's capital projects.

Capital Projects Map

Imagine Boston 2030

Imagine Boston 2030 is the first citywide master plan in 50 years and defines a vision for Boston leading up to its 400th birthday and beyond.

Under the Imagine Boston 2030 umbrella, the City is investing deeply in the core goals of

The Capital Plan moves priorities identified in Imagine Boston 2030 from idea to action and invests in creating the city Bostonians imagine for the future.

An estimated 90% of the investments in the Capital Plan are aligned with the City’s planning efforts.

Capital Budget Spending

Capital Project Spending by Department

This chart lets you explore project budgets and expenditures by department. For departments that have a large number of capital projects, we grouped them into categories so that you can view similar types of projects together.

Expenditures are shown through fiscal year 2021. For more detailed project information including project descriptions and forecasted spending not included here, see Budget Volumes 2 and 3 or go to the City's data portal.

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