Redwood City Strategic Plan

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Under the leadership of the City Council, Redwood City's strategic planning process includes an approved Strategic Plan that helps to guide the Council's policy-making and the organization's service delivery. This document, along with Strategic Initiatives Update and Annual Report, provides for a more informed and in-depth annual discussion of how best to accomplish the City's strategic goals.

  • Revised 2016 Redwood City Strategic Plan - Under Council direction, the Strategic Plan has evolved over time and in 2016 the Council added Housing as a strategic initiative. The Plan’s seven initiatives ensure department objectives align with the City Council’s vision. The adopted strategic initiatives are community building and communication, community for all ages, economic development, government operations, housing, public safety, and transportation.
    • For a list of FY 2017-18 Accomplishments as they relate to the Strategic Initiatives, go here.
    • For a full list of FY 2018-19 Goals as they relate to the Strategic Initiatives, go here
  • 2015 Redwood City Strategic Plan - an overview of the City's Core Purpose and Values, identified Core Services, and the City's Strategic Initiatives and Strategic Goals, which translate into day-to-day work on behalf of the community.

  • 2014 Redwood City Annual Report - for Fiscal Year 2012/2013, in which each City department offers a mission overview, key accomplishments, a selection of innovations implemented and notable performance indicators, some departmental “facts and figures,” and a look at some of the significant initiatives that each department will be undertaking in the subsequent fiscal year.

  • 2014 Strategic Initiatives Update - for Fiscal Year 2012/13 (February 24, 2014) offers a status report on the Initiatives goals, objectives, and progress.

  • 2013 Redwood City Annual Report - for Fiscal Year 2011/2012, in which each City department offers a mission overview, key accomplishments, a selection of innovations implemented and notable performance indicators, some departmental “facts and figures,” and a look at some of the significant initiatives that each department will be undertaking in the subsequent fiscal year.

  • 2013 Strategic Initiatives Update - for Fiscal Year 2011/12 (February 7, 2013) offers a status report on the Initiatives goals, objectives, and progress.