- Project Nomination Form: NCIP Nominations for the 2022-23 cycle have closed.
- Projects to be reviewed by NCIP for 2022/23 cycle: In addition to new nominations received for the 22-23 cycle, previous projects that were defunded by Council in 2020 and nominated projects that were not reviewed in 2020 will also return for NCIP consideration.
- 2022-23 Deadline and Meeting Schedule adopted by the Committee at their February 17, 2022 meeting.
- February 2022 Program Update: the Neighborhood and Community Improvement Program (NCIP) has resumed meeting regularly after a nearly two-year suspension during the COVID-19 pandemic. Project nominations may be submitted at any time, however, the deadline for projects to be considered during the current program year is Friday March 4 at 11:59 pm.
- September 20, 2021 Update: City Council approved a new Policies and Procedures Manual and a new NCIP Boundary Map.
- August 5, 2021 Update: Due to the reality of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Neighborhood and Community Development Program (NCIP) was temporarily suspended (per Reso 20-051). In April 2020, the City Council acted to suspend the 2020 and 2021 NCIP cycle and to reallocate funding from a number of non-essential NCIP and Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) into the City's general fund.
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What is the NCIP?
Project Nomination Form - NCIP Nominations for the 2022-23 cycle are closed. Project nominations may be submitted at any time, however, the deadline for projects to be considered during the current program year was Friday, March 4, 2022.
Established in 1985, the Neighborhood and Community Improvement Program (NCIP) directs tourist-generated dollars directly back into the City's residential neighborhoods. Under a Charter Amendment, at least 16 percent of the money collected through hotel taxes (Transient Occupancy Tax) must be spent on neighborhood and community improvements. Each fiscal year, a committee consisting of Monterey residents considers all submitted projects and recommends which projects should be funded. Several community wide meetings are held and projects are finally voted on by the NCIP committee.
The program begins each year in the fall. The NCIP Project Nomination Form is for residents to propose neighborhood or citywide improvements. The nomination forms are available below or are available by calling the Engineering office at (831) 646-3887. The completed forms can be either emailed or mailed back to the Engineering office. All the qualified proposals are reviewed, sorted, and cost estimated.
A NCIP project is any public improvement (not on private property) that improves streets, storm drains, sewers, sidewalks, walkways, lighting, traffic control devices, landscaping and beautification, parks, recreational facilities and other public building improvements.
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CIP and NCIP Projects by Fiscal Year