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Every two years, the Pasco City Council establishes specific goals designed to guide the work of the City.
The goals were developed during the Council’s retreat in May, and will serve as the primary work plan for the organization over the next two years.
The Council conducted its retreat on May 18 and 19 following the results of the 2017 National Citizens Survey effort; conducting multiple Community Forums in March to collect community advice; and receiving goal statements from the City's governmental partners. The goals which grew out of the retreat were adopted by the Council on July 2.
The goals are grouped in six major areas:
QUALITY OF LIFE. Promote a high-quality of life through quality programs, services and appropriate investment and re-investment in community infrastructure by:
FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY. Enhance the long-term financial viability, value and service levels of services and programs, including:
COMMUNITY SAFETY. Preserve past improvements and promote future gains by:
COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION NETWORK. Promote a highly-functional multi-modal transportation network through:
ECONOMIC VITALITY. Promote and encourage economic vitality by supporting:
COMMUNITY IDENTITY. Identify opportunities to enhance community identity, cohesion and image through:
“The City Council was very deliberative and listened to what is important to the community via the public forums, surveys, and formal and informal input over the last few months," said City Manager Dave Zabell adding that, "…the result of which is a series of goals and objectives that will have a significant positive impact on the overall health of the Pasco community.”
For the list of the City’s goals for 2018-2019, visit www.pasco-wa.gov/councilgoals.
The City of Pasco strives to continue improving the quality of life in the community.