Strategic planning is the process by which a Town determines what it intends to achieve in the future and how it will get there. This process involves developing a vision for the Town’s future and determining the necessary goals, priorities, and action steps to achieve that vision.
A strategic plan serves as the community's roadmap and it is used to prioritize initiatives, goals, projects, resources, and department operations. The strategic plan is a big-picture document directing efforts and resources toward a clearly defined vision. Town staff will be responsible for prioritizing and planning specific projects and operations based on the overall goals and themes specified by the Strategic Plan.
We provide outstanding municipal services for our community of today and tomorrow.
Wellington strives to be one of the best small towns in America to live and work, recognized as a great place to raise a family, own a unique business, and create memorable experiences through community.
Ensure financial viability of town infrastructure and services by retaining and attracting business.
Maintain financial transparency and increase operational efficiency.
Pursue funding sources for the positive direction of the community.
Identify self-sustaining strategies to prioritize affordability for residents and implement a utility rate structure to align with community pricing obiectives.
Complete the Water
Treatment Plant and Water
Reclamation Facility expansion projects under budget and on time.
Review and develop partnerships and enhance focus on transportation solutions, such as street, bridge, facilities, sidewalk, and accessibility improvements.
Analyze and pursue stormwater solutions.
Ensure adequate current and future water resources and inform users about wise ways to save treated drinking water.
Prioritize organizational strength to retain, attract, and support Town staff.
Planning and Development
Identify and promote development of community gathering spaces.
Complete Downtown Master
Plan and Parks Master Plan.
Consider options for open space and buffer from surrounding communities.
Promote small town feel through responsible growth and sound financial practices.
Assess opportunities and partners for emergency preparedness.
Promote inclusive language and improve access to local government.
Increase engagement and communications with local businesses, the senior community, and other partners in our town.