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File #: 22-1179    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/26/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/4/2022 Final action:
Title: Receive the City of Naperville Bridge to 2023 Priorities Plan fall 2022 status update
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Receive the City of Naperville Bridge to 2023 Priorities Plan fall 2022 status update
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DEPARTMENT: City Manager's Office

SUBMITTED BY: Marcie Schatz, Deputy City Manager; Pam Gallahue, Community Services Director; and Linda LaCloche, Director of Communications

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
N/A

BACKGROUND:
On December 7, 2021, City Council approved the City's Priorities Plan, which outlined five priority areas for the City to focus its efforts on in 2022 and beyond. The five areas - financial stability and economy, housing choice, infrastructure and utilities, public safety, and sustainability - and associated goals were determined following an online community survey, targeted engagement, and City Council input.

DISCUSSION:
In conjunction with the start of the 2023 budget season, staff is focusing on the financial stability and economy, infrastructure and utilities, and housing choice priorities in this second update of the year. An in-depth update on the remaining two areas - public safety and sustainability - was provided in April; notable progress is detailed below.

Overall Update
Staff uses adequate resource availability as its progress measurement tool to determine a priority's current status. Sufficient resources are the appropriate amount of personnel, finances, and materials available to move forward with goals as planned. Staff is also looking at external factors that may impact goal progression.

Priority Area
Status
Overview
Financial Stability & Economy
On Track
Detailed below.
Housing Choice
Monitoring
Detailed below.
Infrastructure & Utilities
Monitoring
Detailed below.
Public Safety
On Track
Both the Police and Fire departments continue to advance their service and technology-related goals. The Police have provided over 400 community education and crime prevention presentations to date this year; participated in almost 4,000 hours of in-service training and nearly 40,000 hours of ext...

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