Strategic Plan- Goal 2

Goal 2:

Create a long-range plan and identify available revenue streams to address the City’s infrastructure and development needs.

Lead Parties: Bill Prokop

Staff Assigned: Matt St. Clair, Kathy Todd


The public and the political leadership deserve to know what is needed to practice exemplary stewardship of City resources. Detailed analysis must be conducted that informs budget decisions regarding the City infrastructure. Finally, the detailed analysis will assist in making decisions regarding the needs for improved Storm water, flooding, sidewalk, street, and facility improvement plan and construction needs for the short and long-term needs of the City.

Measures of Success

1. Conduct an analysis of all City infrastructure to include life-cycle as it relates to major systems.

Target Date: 12/31/20

2. Develop a priority list that identifies requirements based on public input.

Target Date: 12/31/20

3. Develop a long-term phased maintenance & upgrade plan.

Target Date: 6/30/20

4. Identify means and methods to reduce expenditures while maximizing capability.

Target Date: 6/30/20

5. Develop storm water/rising sea level task force to develop long-term needs.

Target Date: 12/31/19

6. Develop proposal of new revenue options.

Target Date: 6/30/20

7. Refine financial forecasting model.

Target Date: 6/30/20

8. Establish 6 months’ review schedule of key data and update Council.

Target Date: 12/31/19


1. Identify and automate the vagaries of each City structure down to the most minute detail to fully understand each building’s individual requirements, function and benefit while making logical and well-reasoned recommendations to the City’s leadership.

2. Rigidly adhere to a priority list based on the potential for greatest impact to the City and more specifically the greatest number of persons affected by a specific action.

3. Cause the maintenance and upgrade plan to undergo continuous evaluation to achieve the greatest benefit in terms of effectiveness and efficiency for the City.

4. Continually look for ways to gain efficiency and effectiveness, maximizing occupancy/density, and reduce expenditures to guard against the unnecessary allocation of resources that can best be deployed elsewhere for a greater effect or impact on the City.