Final Opportunity for Residents to Give Feedback on Next Phase of the Strategic Plan
What: Strategic Plan Community Meeting #3
Discussion Topics: Strong & Diverse Economy and Safe & Secure Community
Who: City of Durham’s Budget & Management Services Department
When: Wednesday, October 3, 2012, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: Holton Career & Resource Center
401 N. Driver St.
Durham, N.C. 27703
• Durham residents who want to provide feedback on the next phase of the City of Durham’s Strategic Plan will have a final opportunity to do so during Wednesday’s community meeting.
• The Strategic Plan is the City’s business plan, which establishes priorities and objectives for the organization and defines selected actions and activities within the financial limits set by the City Council.
• As part of the process to annually update the Strategic Plan, the City is reaching out to Durham residents and other community stakeholders for input on the plan’s existing goals and where the City should be focusing its efforts.
• For information about the City’s Strategic Plan or this upcoming meeting, visit http://www.DurhamNC.gov/StrategicPlan or contact Jay Reinstein at (919) 560-4111, ext. 20102 or by email at Jay.Reinstein@DurhamNC.gov.
About the Budget & Management Services Department
The Budget and Management Services Department is responsible for preparing, implementing, and monitoring the City’s annual operating budget as well as the five-year revenue/expenditure projections for all City government services. The department also provides operational and organizational studies as identified by the City Council, City Manager's Office, and department staff. Guided by the City’s Strategic Plan, which the department established and maintains, the department helps to ensure that the City of Durham is a well-managed city by working with City agencies to build and implement performance measurement monitoring and evaluation. The department is also responsible for preparing the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), coordinating the City's process for petition and City-initiated annexations, conducting resident satisfaction surveys, and evaluating departmental achievement of City goals and objectives. For more information, visit http://durhamnc.gov/ich/as/bms/Pages/Home.aspx.