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Committee Goals

60+ Advisory Committee (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
1 Partnering with Samaritan Health Services and Department of Public Health to promote electronic health inquiry and provide information to patients about local evidenced based programs. 2-5 Years In Process 2022-23: Partnering with Samaritan Health Services, National Recreation and Parks Assoc, Oregon Recreation and Parks Assoc, and OSU Extension Services to promote electronic health inquiry and provide information to patients about local evidenced based programs. E1 E4 
591 Review registration/referral process. In Process
592 Explore feasibility of reciprocal agreement in Unite Us contract. In Process
 
5 Seek out opportunities to increase diversity, equity and inclusion for the 60+ community Ongoing In Process F5 
327 Develop a strategy to identify bilingual/multicultural volunteers. Not Started
329 Identify outreach strategies to underserved community members, including low income families, the homeless and indigenous tribes. In Process
 
25 Form a workgroup to focus on 60+ Activity Center policies and procedures. 2-5 Years In Process 2022-23: Existing procedures reviewed and retyped in new format.
336 Create a manual specifically for 60+ Activity Center policies and procedures. Completed
335 Update and replace current 60+ Activity Center policies and procedures as necessary. In Process
 
27 Improve community engagement to users of the facility Ongoing In Process F10 
472 Develop and execute innovative strategies to bring new and former community members and volunteers to the 60+ Activity Center Completed
593 Create an automated process for renewing memberships. In Process
594 Explore possibilities of a system to provide real time feedback on activities and events. Not Started
 
28 Host Program Ongoing In Process F5 F10 
595 Welcome everyone regardless of abilities, self-identification, primary language, and income level. In Process
596 Create guidelines for the host volunteers. Completed
597 Sign-up volunteers for the hosting opportunities. In Process
 
Airport (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
16 Air service Development for Rural Air service for Newport. Ongoing In Process 2023-24: Air service Survey was sent out by EDALC. Airport Director provided presentation to YBEF members on air service. 2024-25: EDALC is tabulating the results of the air service survey.
662 City Administration held several meetings with the Port of Newport, Lincoln County, and Economic Development Alliance of Lincoln County to discuss air services challenges. The biggest hurdle to get over is putting long term funding in place. Without a long-term funding plan in place to help subsidize service rural air careers will not be successful for the long term. In Process
 
17 Explore building more hangars. Ongoing In Process 2023-24: Airport will be using FAA BIL funding to build 10 new T-hangars. 2024-25: Waiting for grant agreement from FAA using AIP BIL funding for design phase of T-hangars.
667 Currently one space is left to lease on the airport for land lease. This area is south of the T-hangars and is ready to take another T-hangar development. City Administration has been in talks with a private developer, but does not have a commercial land lease for inside the fence. Administration is working on developing a land lease for commercial developers wanting to build commercial hangars in the future. Airport staff is working with engineers for best lay out of hangars on the north end. More Hangars will bring more revenue for airfield and tax income for Lincoln County. In Process
 
18 Marketing Ongoing Completed 2023-24: Presentation was provided to Airport Committee by Public Affairs Counsel. Committee did not want to proceed.
668 Developing a marketing plan for the airfield. One item is determining what is the best way to market the airport and what at the airport will bring us the best return on our investment. A few areas that may help make the airport more marketable for commercial business development are: identifying areas for septic tanks, have a report for building fire requirements, airfield wide WIFI, a trial system from airport to South Beach, and a solar feasibility study for airport. Completed
 
19 Maintenance Ongoing In Process 2023-24: Airport staff is working diligently to maintain air field with FAA Grant assurances.
669 Keep the airfield in line with FAA grant assurances. This will help grow the airfield while providing a standard of safety for airport users. In Process
 
20 Leasing Land Outside Airport Ongoing Completed 2023-24: Development is at a stand still.
670 We have been successful in leasing land out side the fence for business development. There are still 4 areas that can be leased. Using provide numbers from Commercial Associates in Corvallis, those additional 4 areas could lease for up to $9,100.89 per month. In addition, with the current land lease of $6,856 would bring a potential $15,956.89 monthly revenue for the airport, not included yearly 2.5% escalation. Completed
 
Audit Committee (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
1 Continue issuance of a Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR) for the fiscal year audits Ongoing In Process 2021-22: Continue per the Audit Committee
119 Continue issuance of a Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR) for the fiscal year audits In Process
 
2 Develop and document internal controls with continuous review Ongoing In Process 2021-22: Continue updating documents.
286 Review and approve internal controls - annually. In Process
 
4 Room Tax Auditing Program Ongoing In Process 2021-22: Possibly move to State Room Tax program.
122 Investigate and possibly engage via an Intergovernmental Agreement with State of Oregon to administer the Room Tax program, includes filing enforcement, collections, and auditing. In Process
 
5 Develop Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) Ongoing Terminated 2021-22: Develop when possible.
123 Develop a Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) Terminated
 
Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
42 Work with local groups, agencies and organizations to promote active transportation in Newport Ongoing In Process Work with local groups, agencies and organizations to promote active transportation in Newport A10 A11 A12 B2 B3 B4 D10 E13 F4 F7 F9 F11 
580 Stock bike maps throughout town (ongoing). In Process
581 Work with schools, Newport Police Department and other agencies and organizations to promote promote Walk and Roll to School Day (October) and/or Bike and Roll to School Day (May). Not Started
582 Promote an improved signage system that links bike and pedestrian routes to city trailheads, especially the Ocean-to-Bay and Lighthouse-to-Lighthouse trails. Not Started
583 Do preliminary work toward a future citywide active transportation event: make community connections, research other cities events, create a living list of potential activities. In Process
645 When bike map stock runs out, update Newport Bike Map. Not Started
 
43 Help City Council identify active transportation funding sources Ongoing In Process Help City Council identify active transportation funding sources A1 A3 A11 A12 A15 A16 A17 B2 B3 B4 B9 E13 F1 F4 F5 F7 
584 Maintain a "potential funding sources" spreadsheet (BPAC and staff). In Process
586 Work toward applying for a Safe Routes to School Project Identification Program (PIP) grant. Recommend to City Council applying for program in 2024 (application window Jan-March). In Process
 
44 Track Citys street infrastructure projects Ongoing Not Started Track Citys street infrastructure projects A1 A3 A10 A11 A12 A15 B2 F1 F7 
587 Invite key staff members for Q-and-A sessions (as needed). Not Started
588 Maintain a list of City projects, from pre-grant to construction completion (BPAC and staff). Not Started
 
45 Work to make BPAC decisions and actions equitable for all Ongoing Not Started Work to make BPAC decisions and actions equitable for all B1 E8 F5 F9 
589 Encourage people from traditionally under-represented groups, including youth, to apply for BPAC positions. Not Started
590 Study feasibility of translating agendas and minutes to Spanish (staff). Not Started
 
46 Work to make Newports transportation modes safer for all Ongoing Not Started Work to make Newports transportation modes safer for all A1 A3 A10 A11 E13 
641 Work with City Council, Newport Police Department and ODOT to gather informative crash data involving active transportation. Not Started
642 BPAC members report new safety hazards directly to Public Works. Not Started
643 Include "fixit" information on every agenda (staff) Not Started
 
Budget Committee (2023-24)
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City Center Revitalization Planning Committee (2023-24)
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City Council (2023-24)
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City Council Stipend/Compensation Work Group (2023-24)
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Discover Newport Committee (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
12 Invest in Digital Advertising Ongoing Not Started A13 
651 Track digital marketing analytics to improve the footprint of digital advertising through targeting software and geo-tagging Not Started
 
13 Promote Outdoor Advertising Ongoing Not Started
652 Consider the creation of an outdoor attraction in each district, potentially for photo opportunities for visitors like a painting of sea lions. Install at least one site in Nye Beach this fiscal year, for photos. Not Started
 
14 Increased Beautification Ongoing In Process
653 Utilize committee resources to assist in beautification efforts for declining properties to promote tourism. In Process
 
Housing Advisory Committee (2023-24)
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Library Board (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
6 Library Policy Development and Review Ongoing In Process 2022-23: The Library Advisory Committee has been reviewing 1-3 policies per meeting. We meet every other month for a total of 6 times a year. There are still more policies to review under an EDI lens. We expect to have reviewed all of the libraries policies in the next year. The Library Advisory Committee has been reviewing 1-3 policies per meeting. We meet every other month for a total of 6 times a year. There are still more policies to review under an EDI lens. We are making progress towards this goal and planning on having a board retreat to continue reviewing policies. 2023-24: The Library Advisory Committee has been reviewing 1-3 policies per meeting. We meet every other month for a total of 6 times a year. There are still more policies to review under an EDI lens. 2024-25: The Library Advisory Committee will continue reviewing 1-3 policies per meeting. We meet every other month for a total of 6 times a year. There are still more policies to review under an EDI lens. F1 F2 F3 F9 F10 F11 
422 Library Advisory Committee will review development of library policies and review existing library policies under an EDI lens. The board will continue to review 1-3 policies per meeting until all of the policies have been reviewed, and revised if necessary. In Process
 
7 Library Advisory Committee Yearly Planning Session and Board Retreat Ongoing Completed 2024-25: The Library Advisory Committee wants to hold another yearly planning session and board retreat in August of 2024. A13 A18 C3 C8 C9 D3 D4 D5 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 E4 E7 E8 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 
598 The Library Advisory Committee will have a yearly planning session and board retreat. Completed
 
8 Library Board Training and Yearly Agenda Ongoing Completed A13 A18 C3 C8 C9 D2 D3 D4 D5 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 E4 E7 E8 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 
603 Continue education and training about library services annually (at least three times during the fiscal year). Completed
604 The Library Advisory Committee will review progress of the strategic plan on a biannual basis. Completed
605 The Library Advisory Committee will review the Oregon Public Library Statistical Report as well as the Oregon Library Association (OLA) Public Library Standards on an annual basis. Completed
606 The Library Advisory Committee will review the Librarys annual service plan for the Lincoln County Library District Completed
607 The Library Advisory Committee will participate in long-range planning efforts to enhance and maintain library services and facilities. The planning process for the next Library Strategic Plan will begin at the end of the FY2023-2024. Completed
 
Parking Advisory Committee (2023-24)
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Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
35 Monitor and support implementation of the Parks Master Plan Ongoing In Process B2 B3 B6 
608 Liaison(s) provide updates to committee and council once per year Completed
609 Work with city staff and parks foundation to identify funding sources for focus project(s) Not Started
610 Follow up as necessary on projects recommended in previous fiscal years: completion of Ocean to Bay Trail signage, South Beach Marina Non-Motorized Boat Launch & Access Improvements, North Newport Neighborhood Park In Process
611 Determine 1-3 "focus projects" for which the committee will undertake advocacy and identify funding avenues Completed
612 Appropriate committee liaison(s) meet with city planner and parks director 1-2 times to review tracking spreadsheet to determine progress on PMP projects Completed
 
36 Work with the Parks and Recreation Foundation to secure funding for priority projects Ongoing In Process B3 
613 Working with staff, identify priority projects for external funding make those recommendations to Foundation Not Started
614 Work with City staff to identify processes for grant writing Not Started
615 Partner with the Foundation to identify potential sources of funds, including charitable gifts, fundraising events, and grants In Process
 
37 Increase the committees understanding of DEI issues in a Parks & Recreation context Ongoing Not Started F4 F5 
616 Review existing committee DEI plan Not Started
617 Identify a DEI training that would be appropriate for the committee schedule one monthly meeting as a DEI training day Not Started
618 Provide feedback to City staff in development of the departmental DEI Plan Not Started
619 Diversify committee membership as seats open up on the committee Not Started
620 Explore coordination with the Lincoln County Coastal Equity and Inclusion Committee on furthering DEI goals for the committee, possibly including DEI training Not Started
621 Either via agenda items of the full committee or an ad hoc subcommittee, explore additional steps the committee might take, including potential trainings and review and evaluation of departmental policies and procedures Not Started
 
38 Coordinate with other committees on items of mutual interest Ongoing Completed B3 F7 
622 Meet once a year with the advisory committee of the Bicycle and Pedestrian on issues of joint concern Completed
623 Determine if similar coordination should be taking place with other city committees and develop plans for supporting their work via advocacy or other means. Possibilities include NEWTS, SOLV, CCSA, community garden advocates, the Lincoln County Coastal Equity and Inclusion Committee and others. Completed
624 Develop two to four 1-3 committee agendas inviting representatives of priority groups identified above to meet and discuss items of mutual interest Completed
 
39 Ensure the committee is prepared in its role as the Citys Tree Board and evaluate other potential Tree Board models Ongoing In Process B6 
625 Work with staff to hold an Arbor Day celebration and tree planting in the spring Completed
626 Hold a training on Tree Board responsibilities and procedures Not Started
627 Work with city staff to identify and evaluate Tree Board models Not Started
 
40 Explore ways the committee and the department can better support the Citys 60+ community Ongoing In Process B3 E4 E10 F10 
628 Invite 60+ Center coordinator to join Parks & Recreation Committee meetings at least quarterly in order to ensure the committee and the department are meeting the needs of this segment of the community. Completed
629 Working with the 60+ Center and board, solicit additional feedback from the 60+ community on how we can better serve their needs via a survey. Not Started
 
41 Monitor and support implementation of departments business plan Ongoing In Process B3 
630 Hold one meeting at which the committee is briefed on the new business plan Completed
631 Appoint committee liaison(s) to meet 1x/year with staff to review plan implementation Completed
632 Prioritize 1-3 items from the plan to advocate for In Process
633 Review recommendations in the plan related to reducing departmental reliance on the Citys general fund and, with staff and city council, propose a plan for moving ahead In Process
 
42 Provide input on departments programs and events. Ongoing Not Started B3 
634 Schedule one agenda item in which staff provide an overview of departments programs and events Not Started
635 Brainstorm changes/ additions/ recommendations Not Started
636 Assign committee members to work with staff on implementing new ideas, as appropriate Not Started
 
43 Support priority urban forestry initiatives and ensure the initiatives are incorporated with the Tree City USA program. Ongoing In Process B6 
637 Support efforts to gain urban forestry expertise in the city to undertake critical projects such as conducting a tree inventory for the city and developing an urban forestry plan. Completed
638 Determine process for funding and conducting a tree inventory, working with the P/R Foundation and city staff Not Started
 
Planning Commission (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
3 Lay the groundwork for a set of regulations and incentives to pair with the Transportation System Plan update that will facilitate revitalization of the US 101 / 20 corridors, including the City Center area. 2-5 Years In Process 2020-21: Includes rework of zoning along the US 101/US 20 corridors to complement desired street improvements identified in the TSP. May include provisions to support additional density and mixed-use live work arrangements. Incentives to include development of an urban renewal funded building facade improvement program. Concept vetted with ODOT/DLCD staff, who indicated that project would be a good fit for TGM grant funding. Pre-app held in March but grant application was not filed due to pandemic related delays to the TSP update.2021-22: TGM grant application submitted 7/21, and City was informed that it received funding in 10/21. Scope of work is being developed with ODOT/DLCD TGM staff. Consultant to be under contract Feb/Mar 2022.2022-23: Consultant RFP prepared and issued. Process administered by ODOT. Responder proposals reviewed, scored, and preferred consultant team selected 11/30/22. Negotiating contract.2023-24: Consultants expected to be under contract by March of 2023, with business outreach and advisory committee work extending into early to mid part of FY 23/24. Outcomes from the revitalization plan should be known, if not fully adopted, by the end of the fiscal year. A3 A4 A5 A6 F4 
473 Conduct business outreach and market analysis. In Process
474 Recruit advisory committee. In Process
475 Develop an adoption ready set of plan/code amendments and a framework for a business facade improvement program. Not Started
 
5 Initiate updates to Newport commercial / industrial buildable lands inventory. 2-5 Years Not Started 2020-21: Work on this project has not started and will likely not be started until the City completes the Transportation System Plan update (committed) and housing needs and buildable lands update (state mandated). 2021-22: Work on this element will follow the housing needs assessment and production strategy work.2022-23: Work has not started. State grant funds likely to be available once housing work is complete. A1 A4 C3 
104 Initiate updates to Newport commercial / industrial buildable lands inventory. Not Started
660 Coordinate with DLCD to define project scope and secure planning grant for effort. Not Started
 
6 Update off-street parking requirements in line with Parking Study or related recommendations adopted by the City Council. 2-5 Years Not Started 2020-21: Funding for installing meters along the Bayfront was deferred for a year due to the pandemic. Meter implementation will be a significant part of the Committees initial work. Committee recruitment has been delayed pending resolution of the funding issue. City capacity to adequately staff the committee is also a factor. Most objectives to carry forward, with meter installation targeted for spring/summer 2022 if funded.2021-22: City is recruiting volunteers to fill out the Parking Advisory Committee that will assist with this work. Applications are due by 11/30/21. Council will conduct interviews, possibly as early as 12/6/21. Committee to start work in January.2022-23:  Advisory Committee has been recruited. RFP issued mid-November and closed January 12th. Committee reviewed five proposals and is scheduling interviews with the two finalists. New target for implementation is 6/1/23. Draft ordinance changes are being developed.2023-24: Implementation of a demand management solution along the Bayfront should be complete towards the end of FY 22/23. Conversation in FY 23/24 will turn to Nye Beach and parking permit and other "non-meter" options for managing parking in the neighborhood. A14 C1 C8 
105 Update off-street parking requirements in line with Parking Study or related recommendations adopted by the City Council. Not Started
 
9 Implement recommendations from the Homelessness Taskforce that rely upon revisions to City land use regulations. Ongoing In Process 2020-21: Adopted ordinance allowing car camping by homeless persons (Ord. #2170). 2021-22: Housing Needs and Buildable Lands Study, mandated by HB 2003, will inform the City of the type and nature of housing needs of homeless individuals. Portion of Affordable Housing CET Funds could be used for supportive grants to non-profit organizations providing homeless services. Commission could explore adoption of transitional housing standards.2022-23: City is updating its land use related camping regulations that apply to private property to provide additional options for RV and tent camping by homeless individuals. Commission recommended revisions at its 1/23/23 meeting. Additional work likely regarding land use processes for transitional housing and low barrier shelters. 2023-24: Anticipate need to further refine regulations to address outcomes from HB 4123 committee work and 2023 Oregon legislative session. A2 
108 Implement recommendations from the Homelessness Taskforce that rely upon revisions to the City land use regulations. In Process
 
42 Implement Recommendations from US 101 Corridor Refinement Plan 2-5 Years In Process 2021-22: Final draft of the plan completed in 11/21. An initial draft of code revisions implementing the Committees recommendations will be presented to the Commission at a work session in January. Commission to provide Council with a recommendation to initiate the island annexation process. That could occur as early as 12/13/21.2022-23: Council adopted zone change and code audit recommendations with Ordinance #2196, 11-7-22. Work on urban renewal projects is ongoing. Island annexation to proceed in spring.2023-24: Continue to position remaining urban renewal projects so that funding can be committed by the end of 2025. Island annexation process to extend into FY 23/24. A3 A14 
266 Pursue annexation of unincorporated "island properties" to normalize the city limits, if found to be feasible. In Process
 
43 Initiate any Needed Refinements to Historic Nye Beach Design Review Overlay Ongoing Not Started 2021-22: Placeholder for future project at the request of the Commission. Nye Neighbors were recognized by the City Council as a Neighborhood Association with Resolution No. 3928 on 8/2/21. The group is looking into funding options so that they can undertake a grassroots, neighborhood scale, visioning effort. Nothing has progressed to the point where there would be a need to update the citys land use regulations. 2022-23: No action taken. Targeted refinements to the Nye Beach Design Review Overlay to be coordinated with Nye Neighbors. A6 F4 
353 Examine the feasibility of a neighborhood visioning process for Nye Beach as part of a review of any needed updates to the Design Review Overlay. Not Started
268 Initiate refinements to the Historic Nye Beach Design Review Overlay, as needed. Not Started
 
45 Update the citys Erosion Control and Stormwater Management Standards for Private Development 2-5 Years Not Started 2023-24: Preliminary concepts to be discussed FY 22/23, with active work in FY 23/24. Yaquina Bay Estuary Management Plan policy recommendations may tie into this work. B1 B5 
478 Identify stormwater management options that include boilerplate systems for small scale development projects. Not Started
479 Develop standards that can reasonably be implemented at existing staffing levels. Not Started
 
46 Support City Council Dark Sky Lighting Initiatives 2-5 Years Not Started 2023-24: Project to be initiated once City council puts in place plan for retrofitting street lights and lights at city facilities. B6 
481 Initiate project after City Council puts in place a plan for retrofitting street lights and lights at city facilities. Not Started
488 Develop outdoor lighting standards for new commercial and residential construction that conform to dark sky requirements. Not Started
489 Prepare informational materials to inform the public about the Citys requirements and where dark sky compliant fixtures can be purchased. Not Started
 
47 Update Commercial/Multi-Family Code to Include More Bike Racks and Covered Bike Storage Ongoing Not Started A11 A15 
490 Identify best practices and provide Commission with options. Not Started
496 Coordinate changes with Parking Advisory Committee. Not Started
497 Prepare adoption ready set of amendments for Council consideration. Not Started
 
49 Implement Housing Production Strategy Recommendations 2-5 Years Not Started An HB2003 Complaint Housing Production Strategy will be completed at the end of FY 22/23, outlining steps the City needs to take to facilitate construction of needed housing. This will require implementation, and may necessitate changes to land use codes. A2 A6 A7 
661 Assess and resource priority strategies, as it relates to the Planning Commissions responsibilities. Not Started
 
Police Advisory Committee (2023-24)
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Public Arts Committee (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
1 Continue Efforts Toward Making Newport an Arts and Cultural Destination Ongoing In Process A1 D12 
646 Work with the Discover Newport Committee, and Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce to collaborate on promoting arts opportunities, in the City of Newport, through their marketing efforts and funds, and determine organizations interested in promoting public art. In Process
647 Work with local companies to determine their interest in hosting arts in the City of Newport, such as via the Mural program, or potential Rotating Arts Sculpture Program. Completed
648 Revise art marketing materials such as brochures for the City/Finish creation of a public art website/social media site. In Process
649 Work with the South Beach Urban Renewal Agency to create public art and wayfinding. In Process
650 Develop a maintenance policy, program, and schedule for public art. Completed
 
Retirement Trustees (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
7 Annual funding for Retirement fund Ongoing In Process 2021-22: Trustee has recommended that the City fund $396,143 for the 2021-22 Fiscal Year.2022-23: Trustee will mee the week of November 22, 2021 to determine the funding for this fiscal year. F1 
275 Retirement trustee has recommended sufficient funding in order to have the fund fully funded within 10 years. For the 2021-22 Fiscal Year $396,143 been recommended. In Process
 
Sister City Committee (2023-24)
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Urban Renewal Agency (2023-24)
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Vision 2040 Advisory Committee (2023-24)
Goal# Goal Title Goal Type Goal Progress Goal Text Status Updates V2040 Strategies Objectives  
4 Analyze and make adjustments to support the long-term sustainability of the 2040 Vision Advisory Committee?s assigned roles and duties, beyond the end of the current Community-Building Grant. Ongoing Not Started Analyze and make adjustments to support the long-term sustainability of the 2040 Vision Advisory Committees assigned roles and duties, beyond the end of the current Community-Building Grant. F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 
654 Ensure all 6 Work Groups have a non-program coordinator Lead. Not Started
655 Evaluate Funding resources/staff in the Community whether public, private, nonprofit or combination thereof to facilitate ongoing efforts of the Vision 2040 Advisory Committee. Not Started
656 City Staff and current Vision Advisory Committee members will identify opportunities to streamline current practices and identify unsustainable volunteer committee tasks. Not Started
 
5 Utilize the services of a contract firm to provide a 5 year Vision review in 2023-2024. Ongoing Not Started
659 Utilize the services of a contract firm to provide a 5 year Vision review in 2023-2024. Not Started
 
6 Collaborate with community stakeholders to develop long term, culturally competent and inclusive communication methods for the Vision 2040 Project. Ongoing Not Started E8 
657 Increase inclusive outreach opportunities for feedback and participation, such as those identified in the Juntos en Colaboracion Needs Assessment. Not Started
658 Evaluate the need of the Community Connector role for the next fiscal year. Not Started
 
Water Supply Management and Conservation Workgroup (2023-24)
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