FY24 Capital Budget
Learn more about the City's long-term investments supported by the Capital Budget.
The FY24-FY28 Capital Plan totals $4.2 billion. It includes 433 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).
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Major Project Areas
Boston's Capital Plan includes money for our schools, parks, streets, civic, and community spaces. These investments both maintain a state of good repair and build new shared public spaces for all.
The City is investing its Capital Plan in key areas:
The Capital Plan moves Boston's priorities from desire to creation and invests in creating a city for all Bostonians, where everyone has access to the resources they need to succeed.
These investments focus guaranteeing a school for every student that is safe, healthy, resilient, and inspiring; rebuilding our roads and sidewalks for multimodal transportation; renovating our parks and playgrounds; building and maintaining our Community Centers and Libraries; and planning for the future of climate change as a Green New Deal city.
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 2022. 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.