True of False: Council's work is done once a strategic plan is prepared and adopted.
A strategic plan is a collaborative process used to develop a road map for a city's future vision and the goals, priorities and actions necessary to achieve that vision. Steps in the process include community input, plan development, implementation and monitoring. Council should be involved throughout the process and use the plan to guide policy decisions and the allocation of resources to advance the plan's goals.
The Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government offers in-person and online courses. Elected officials who complete all of the required coursework graduate from the institute. Register for the September 26 courses, "Municipal Economic Development" and "Forms of Municipal Government."