|In five years everything will be swell.|
From the City of Pacifica. "Adopted on February 14, 2006, Pacifica's Strategic Plan represents the ideas, input and feedback of a cross-section of citizens who attended a series of workshops designed to identify where the city should be headed and what its priorities should be. The city council now has the directive to keep its governance in harmony with the strategic plan." City of Pacifica Strategic Plan, updated March 2007.
Five year community vision statement. Pacifica will be: economically and ecologically vibrant, fiscally sound and community focused, and a beautiful, desirable and safe coastal community in which to live, work, play or conduct business.
Mission statement. The coastal community of Pacifica is dedicated/committed to: The stewardship of its exceptional natural attributes, and cultivating and sustaining a high and excellent quality of life for residents, businesses and visitors.
Goals. (Goals were not prioritized and numbering does not imply prioritization).
1. Preserve and enhance Pacifica's natural resolurces and open space to ensure an ecologically vibrant community.
2. Evaluate land use issues to ensure that the goals, policies and programs of the General Plan reflect the community's vision and mission.
3. Maintain, modernize and beautify the City's infrastructure and facilities.
4. Broaden and enhance local revenues to provide stable, reliable, and sufficient revenue sources.
5. Foster a vibrant business climate.'
6. Promote cultural arts and community services.
7. Enhance economic development in a manner which emphasizes sustainable urban development, increased public sector revenue increased investment in the community, and positively impacts the physical environment and quality of life.
8. Maintain a safe community that is prepared for emergencies.
9. Provide efficient, cost effective city government and excellent customer service and administration.
10. Implement measures that improve traffic congestion and enhance safety.
Note: graphic from Coturnix blog.
Posted by Kathy Meeh