Issaquah wants input for 2015 goal setting

April 1, 2014

By Staff

Two minutes is all city leaders ask of residents to help identify potential goals for the Issaquah City Council to consider.

The City Council will determine Issaquah’s 2015 goals during its May 17 retreat. In the meantime, the city has set up a survey to gauge what residents believe are Issaquah’s largest hurdles for the future and to collect suggestions about how to tackle them.

Using the city’s adopted vision, the Comprehensive Plan and the Economic Strategic Plan, the City Council adopts goals each year to set priorities for the future. City Administrator Bob Harrison gave an update for ongoing goals during the March 25 Committee of the Whole meeting and council members will suggest goals for staff responses through April.

Take the survey here.

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