Because aging facilities are a concern for the department going forward, officials are considering a formal study of the department's future needs for facilities for subsequent capital plans.
“We've done some of our own surveys ... on what we think might need to be done,” Bryant said.
The Public Works Department has about $382 million in planned capital improvement spending in the next five years, Public Works Director Eric Wenger said.
About $284 million of that is for street projects, addressing a need that is often near or at the top of Oklahoma City residents' list of complaints.
Bridges and traffic improvements, drainage projects and public buildings like libraries make up most of the rest of the budget.
The city expects to spend nearly $663 million on MAPS in the next five years. But not all of that will be on MAPS 3, as the city still has dollars left to spend from the MAPS for Kids program.
Construction projects will continue on several schools in the coming years, along with the new downtown elementary school and an administration building, MAPS program Director David Todd told the council.
At least some form of construction will take place for each of the MAPS 3 projects over the course of the current capital improvements plan.