LFP City Council to hold Town Hall meeting on Strategic Plan

Friday, April 22, 2016

From the City Council of Lake Forest Park

The LFP City Council will be holding a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, May 5th to gather initial input from the community on our draft strategic plan.

The draft strategic plan is meant to articulate the short and mid-term priorities that will be delivered by the City to achieve our long term goals and vision. It does not identify every service or initiative that the City delivers, but it should help all of us better understand what we are doing and why it is important.

Much of what you will find in this document is not new – it is just brought together in one place:
  • Who we want to be as a community; 
  • What is important to us; and 
  • What we deliver.
This document has also given us a chance to identify where we, your elected Councilmembers and Mayor-as well as City Staff, see our gaps in service delivery and policy. The highest priorities of these gaps have become the "Service and Policy Growth Initiatives for the 2015-2016 Biennium" that you will find in each of the policy / services sections of the draft document.

On May 5th, we will mainly be focused on your opinions about the on what’s missing for our draft plan - the gaps in existing initiatives, our efforts to address service and policy gaps, and what is not needed, desired or a lower priority.

We are looking forward to our community conversations about LFP. 


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