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City Council Strategic Plan
A strategic plan is a vital tool for local jurisdictions to ensure that the priorities set by the City Council are conveyed in the organization’s goals, that strategies are clearly developed to meet the goals, and that overall city government is accountable to meeting community needs.
The City Council adopted the strategic plan in October 2019, which included a renewed community vision, mission and values and five goals.
- FY 2019-20 through FY 2024-25 Strategic Plan (October 2019)
- FY 2019-20 through FY 2024-2025 Strategic Plan (Revised in September 2021)
City Council Resolutions
- Resolution Adopting the Strategic Plan - October 2019
- Resolution Adopting New City Council Priorities - October 2020
- Resolution Adopting the Updated Strategic Plan - October 2021
Strategic Plan Goals
Goal A. Financial Stability and Sustainability
Foster fiscal health through disciplined long-term planning, cost control, heightened efficiency, increased revenue and cost recovery.
Goal B. Governance and Organization Effectiveness
Produce high-quality services to the community through a commitment to local government best practices and employee development, support and retention.
Goal C. Economic, Community Development and Public Safety
Institute forward-thinking business, land use development, housing, social services, and public safety strategies that promote community growth and innovation.
Goal D. Environmental Sustainability and Infrastructure
Create a healthy, sustainable community and maintain and improve the City’s infrastructure.
Goal E. Communication and Outreach
Build strong connections with community partners, residents and employees.
Implementation & Reporting
The City's implementation of the strategic plan will span over six years. Ensuring the strategic plan’s alignment with the City’s budget process, capital improvement plan, important policy decisions, economic development initiatives and public safety priorities will all be key measures of success.
The City will provide a report to the City Council twice a year on progress to achieve the plan.
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Serenity Mlay, Management Analyst I