Help determine the City's Strategic Plan for the next two years by prioritizing the Areas of Focus.
The City of Oakley has begun an input driven process to develop the 2020-2022 Strategic Plan. This is one of many opportunities to help shape the City’s action plan for the next two years!
Since incorporation the City of Oakley has developed specific two-year strategic plans. The strategic plans dictate the direction and priorities of the City for the following two-year period by delineating goals, as well as the concrete action steps that will accomplish the stated goals.
The development of these plans is a community-driven process commencing with a citizen satisfaction survey. The survey is mailed out to a software-selected, random sample of 500 residents, as well as also available online on our website. The primary purpose of the survey is to get information and feedback regarding resident needs and satisfaction with City services. The results are then used to steer program improvements, planning, and the two- year strategic plan. The survey has now closed.
Additionally, the City Council hosts a Community-Wide Strategic Planning Meeting during which residents will break out into smaller discussion groups facilitated by City staff to brainstorm specific action items within each of the Areas of Focus. Please join us for this meeting which will take place on Tuesday, April 21st at 6:30 p.m. at the Oakley Recreation Center located at 1250 O’Hara Ave, Oakley.
In advance of this meeting we want to know your opinion on what should be the priorities within the two-year Strategic Plan. By clicking the 'Your Response' tab above, you’ll find a table that allows you to prioritize Areas of Focus within the draft Strategic Plan. Simply drag and drop the services in order of your priority, with the top capturing your highest priority and the bottom capturing your lowest priority.
Your input will help guide the City Council in its allocation of resources and Staff time through the Strategic Plan.
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That's 1.4 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response.