Falls Church City Manager Anthony H. Griffin last week presented a $16.5 million Capital Improvement Program budget for 1987-1991 to the city's Planning Commission.

Griffin's proposed budget of $16,463,434 represents a wish list of capital projects for the city to undertake over the next five years. Among the major expenditures it calls for are $3.3 million to improve Broad Street, $2.2 million to renovate the Mount Daniel Elementary School and $4.6 million for water utility projects.

Griffin's budget calls for $3.6 million to be spent during fiscal 1987, which begins July 1. Proposed expenditures for the year include $50,000 for architectural fees for Mount Daniel, $552,000 to help pay for reconstruction of Broad Street from Haycock Road to West Street and $1.8 million for 14 water utility projects.

The Planning Commission will hold two public meetings on the capital budget: a hearing on Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. and a work session on Feb. 22 at 8 a.m. Both meetings will be held in the council chambers.

The commission will forward its budget recommendation on March 17 to the City Council, which is expected to take final action on the program in April.

Copies of the budget may be reviewed in the city's library and planning department.