Lancaster budget

Lancaster Assistant City Manager Trolis Niebla discusses the capital improvement projects as City Manager Jason Caudle and George Harris, director of finance, observe during Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

LANCASTER — The city will invest an estimated $191 million over the next three years, including $44 million on 22 projects for the Fiscal Year 2022-23 proposed budget that include improvements at Sgt. Steve Owen Memorial Park, Lancaster Performing Arts Center, city streets and right-of-way, and facilities and fixtures.

That money comes on top of an estimated $200 million in capital improvements the city spent over the past three years on projects such as two roundabouts, renovation of Eastside Pool and Skytower Park, the skatepark at Jane Reynolds Park and City Hall renovation.

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