Department Head Overview

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Department Head Overview
STRATEGIC PLAN 2017-18
RECOMMENDATION:
COUNTY COUNCIL REVIEW AND ADOPT
THE 2017-18 STRATEGIC PLAN
OUTLINE AND DISCUSSION
I. Review and process to date
II. Review SWOT (Opportunities and
Threats) identified at the retreat
III.Review strategic outcomes
IV.Review strategic outcomes, including
performance objectives
COUNTY COUNCIL “BIG IDEAS”
STAFF PRESENTATIONS
SWOT ANALYSIS
T
Threats & Opportunities
O
Affordable housing
Climate Change
Transit Oriented Development
Development Codes
Further Ailienation
of the east side
Open Space Protection
Revenue challenges
Sustainability goals &
programs
Aging community
Redevelopment/Kimball
Junction
Development of east side
Dismantling of
environmental
regulations
Engage in the legislative
process
GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES
1. Transportation/Congestion
2. Affordable Housing
3. Environmental/Sustainability
4. Advance the Visions of the
General Plan
STRATEGIC PLAN
VISION
Summit County is a vital community that is renowned for its
natural beauty, quality of life, and economic diversity, that
supports a healthy, prosperous, and culturally-diverse citizenry.
MISSION
Provide excellent, ethical, efficient services that ensure quality of
life for present and future generations.
VALUES
Regional Collaboration: Work with our federal, state, municipal and
community partners.
Responsive: Take action in a timely manner, meeting the needs
our citizens.
Preservation: Preserve our land, water, air and culture.
Leadership: Motivate others to collaboratively achieve goals.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
#1 Transportation and Congestion/Transit Oriented Development
(TOD)
The County will plan for and make improvements to our
transportation system to manage traffic congestion.
#2 Workforce Housing
The County will facilitate efforts to significantly decrease our
deficit in workforce housing in order to have more community
members who work and live in our County.
#3 Environmental Stewardship
Through environmental stewardship and leadership the County
will conduct efforts to ensure a positive present and future for our
water, land and air quality.
#4 Implement County General Plans
The General Plan will guide the County’s efforts to apply effective
planning, collaboration and programs to manage growth
consistent with the community’s needs and values.
STRATEGIC
PLANNING TEAMS
#1 Strategic Effort – Transportation/Congestion/TOD
Caroline Rodriguez, Derrick Radke, Julie Booth, Pat Putt
#2 Strategic Effort – Workforce Housing
Jeff Jones, Pat Putt, Janna Young
#3 Strategic Effort – Environmental Stewardship
Lisa Yoder, Rich Bullough, Phil Bondurant, Tim Loveday,
Mike Crystal, Pat Putt, Janna Young, Derrick Radke
#4 Strategic Effort – Advance Visions of the General Plans
Jeff Jones, Pat Putt, Julie Booth, Tom Fisher, Anita Lewis,
Corrie Forsling, Michael Howard, Matt Leavitt
TRANSPORTATION/CONGESTION/TOD
The County will plan for and make improvements to our
transportation system to manage traffic congestion.
•
Maintaining the existing road and trail network in a timely
manner that will allow for more efficient use of resources in
the future.
•
Lead in advancing the County’s priorities in transit
development.
•
Continue to seek new funding sources and partnerships that
will leverage the new .25 transportation tax.
TRANSPORTATION CONTINUED
•
Complete and implement Long Range Transportation
Plan.
•
Ensure that all new development in the urbanizing areas
of the County provide alternative means of
transportation.
•
Planning for integration of all modes of transportation.
WORKFORCE AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The County will facilitate efforts to significantly decrease our
deficit in workforce/affordable housing to have more community
members who work and live in our County.
• Integrate housing supply concerns, and specifically
workforce/affordable housing, into all policy making and
funding allocations. Achieve regional housing choice on par
with transportation and green spaces.
• Develop and adopt a regional workforce/affordable housing
plan that include quantitative standards.
• Outside of building specific affordable units, look at other
creative means to increase the rental affordable inventory.
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
Through environmental stewardship and leadership the County
will conduct efforts to ensure a positive present and future for our
water, land, and air quality.
• Revamp the solid waste master plan in an effort to extend the
life of the landfill and help achieve Climate Action Plan goals.
• Continue to implement the strategies outlined in the Climate
Action Plan
• Support the Health Department initiative’s regarding water
quality, both groundwater and drinking water through
mapping, planning, and responsible policy and legislation.
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
CONTINUED
• Reduce emissions generated from County
operations.
• Increase usage of renewable energy throughout the
County and lead by example in energy efficiency in
County buildings.
• Adopt the County Resource Management Plan (RMP).
Pursue public lands initiatives that protect open space,
protect watersheds, and promote responsible public land
use.
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
CONTINUED
• Responsibly manage the County’s “new” or developed
built environment
• Continue our relationship with Rocky Mountain Power,
Questar and any other opportune partnerships in pursuit
of renewable energy initiatives.
• Reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) per capita by 5%
over the next 10 years.
• Study, and if applicable, implement incentive programs for
increasing the environmental sustainability of our built
environment.
IMPLEMENT THE GENERAL PLAN
•
Manage the County’s physical, social, and economic resources
through the adoption of the County’s General Plans. Utilize the
General Plans to evaluate projects, structure County programs, and/or
evaluate the purchase of new land opportunities.
• Review and update the General Plans required elements every five (5)
years.
• Review and update the County’s Development Codes on an annual
basis.
• Review of revenue position every 5-8 years in relation to property tax
statues and conduct Truth In Taxation adjustments where needed.
• Review and implement impact fee and service fee changes on an annual
basis to ensure fees are keeping pace with cost
GENERAL PLAN CONT.
• Departments and offices should seek and implement
operational efficiencies when necessary to be proper
steward of resources.
• Finalize all development code changes forwarded from the
East and Snyderville Basin Planning Commissions.
• Advance the purchase of open space and agricultural
lands that meet the goals of our general plans and other
County strategic effects.
GENERAL PLAN CONT.
• Advance economic development planning and develop
concepts that could improve the economy of Eastern
Summit County.
• Concentrate County resources and time on programs and
projects that advance the Councils strategic goals.
• Communicate, educate, and receive feedback from our
citizens on issues facing the County and how they can be
involved in affecting the issue.

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