(Miami, FL March 10, 2017) – The City of Miami has released new updates to its Strategic Plan reflecting residents’ changing priorities and new performance data. The plan has six key priority areas: Public Safety, Education and Economic Access, Growth and Development, Clean and Beautiful Neighborhoods, Parks, Culture and Recreation and Efficient and Effective Government. Each priority area includes objectives and performance measures to track progress toward the established goals.
The revised plan includes icons for the strategic priority areas, data summaries for each section, photos highlighting related City events and updated feedback from residents.
The City engaged stakeholders representing different community sectors through surveys, focus groups and café conversations.
“Our residents are critical to shaping the quality of life in our community and we see this as an ongoing dialogue,” stated City Manager Daniel J. Alfonso. “As we cautiously observe financial changes in the upcoming years, we will continue engaging residents in the process of prioritizing resources.”
More than 10 organizations also participated in the process including Miami-Dade County, the Miami Downtown Development Authority and The Village of Key Biscayne.
Elected officials approved the initial Strategic Plan in the fall of 2014 as part of a broader initiative to improve transparency, communication and public engagement between City government and the communities served.
To access the updated Strategic Plan, current year performance data for all City departments and results from the most recent Citizen Survey click here: http://www.miamigov.com/