Livermore’s Strategic Plan is a five-year road map to guide the organization’s budget and work-plan. The Strategic Plan reflects the community’s values and is informed by the City’s vision, mission, values, and community input from a variety of sources, including the biennial National Community Survey. Additionally, the Strategic Plan is informed by many of the organization’s guiding documents, such as the General Plan, Climate Action Plan, and Financial Plan.
This five-year plan is a critical component to allocating the organization's limited resources to continue to focus on the City’s long-term fiscal sustainability, setting direction for a work-plan that accomplishes necessary work and eliminates work that does not further the plan’s goals and objectives.
The Strategic Plan is organized around five Community Pillars. Community Pillars are broadly defined building blocks that reflect the community’s values, and the City’s vision, mission, and organizational values. Each Pillar identifies specific goals and objectives which will be implemented to uphold each Pillar. Goals are generally broad, achievable outcomes. Objectives are shorter-term, measurable actions to achieve each goal. Goals and objectives are time-defined and have assigned departmental implementation responsibility. Staff will regularly report the plan’s progress to the City Council and the community.
City staff are working diligently on many projects to implement the Strategic Plan. View the Strategic Plan Project List. This document is the visual representation of the breadth and depth of services the City provides this community!
The Strategic Plan Explained