Espanola Strategic Plan 2013

June 14, 2013

Espanola Strategic Plan 2013: A safe, healthy community in which to live, work and thrive.

On May 28, 2013, the Council of the Corporation of the Town of Espanola formally adopted the Strategic Plan 2013.

Based upon a community consultation process with residents, businesses, community and regional partners, the Strategic Plan consists of a number of initiatives or action items grouped into four priorities; environmental, economic and social sustainability and excellence in governance.  Action in these four areas will enable the Town to realize its vision for the future. 

Any strategic plan is a fluid document which adjusts accordingly to the environmental, economic and social changes. Our organizational restructuring will have an impact on the realization and timeline of many of our action items set out in this strategic plan.  Meeting the objectives of the plan will require the balancing of community goals and resources.

Mayor Mike Lehoux stated, "Municipal planning and budgets are determined by the goals that the community consultation process has set.  For example, brown water was the #1 priority in the previous Strategic Plan; as a result this is where we allocated our resources.  Strategic planning is one of the best examples that we have of the democratic consultation process.  Thank you to all that participated."

For more information please contact:
Cynthia Townsend, Clerk Treasurer/Administrator
Town of Espanola
100 Tudhope Street, Suite 2
Espanola, On P5E 1S6
Tel: 705-869-1540
Fax: 705-869-0083
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