Principles relating to utilities established as part of the 1997 Community Plan are still valid today, and the City’s existing utility infrastructure has been appropriately planned for the anticipated growth of the community. With Dublin’s forward thinking in 1997, necessary upgrades to the existing system will be minimal. The utility systems can be modeled and analyzed to demonstrate that services are being provided safely, efficiently, and in a fiscally responsible manner. As the City continues to age, infrastructure installed in the early stages of Dublin’s growth will require more preventative maintenance and improvements. Funding will be necessary for this maintenance effort to uphold the level of services currently provided.