The DeKalb County government is looking for public input on the creation of its strategic plan.
The county will hold several community forums to allow residents, business owners and other stakeholders to give input into the plan. The planning process will be called FOCUSS DeKalb with an emphasis on fiscal accountability, opportunity, community, unity, safety and sustainability.
“As we did with our neighborhood budget gatherings earlier this year, we are once again looking to citizens to play a vital role in developing our strategic plan,” CEO Burrell Ellis said.
In addition to the forums in September, residents also will be asked to complete a survey on current levels of services and areas for improvement.
The strategic planning process is part of a broader strategy to move the county forward and provide an opportunity to enhance the quality of community collaboration, county officials said.
“FOCUSS DeKalb will provide a blueprint for achieving the county’s common goals,” said Chief Operating Office Keith Barker.
For more information, please contact 311 or www.dekalbcountyga.gov/strategicplan.