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West Grey adopts Strategic Vision Plan 2020-2022

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According to a recent media release, the Municipality of West Grey has adopted its Strategic Vision Plan 2020-2022. 

The document will guide council’s decision making and employ strategies to reach specific goals for this term of council. 

The plan was developed following six vision sessions with the community at various locations throughout the municipality. 

“This is an ambitious plan that reflects priorities shared across West Grey,” said Mayor Christine Robinson. “Council has always been committed to collaboration and investing in West Grey and the strategies in this plan will ensure we continue building a vibrant West Grey.” 

This plan will guide future budget decisions, staff work plans and goal setting. Staff will report quarterly on the progress of the plan.

The idea behind the plan is to discover priorities and concerns in the community and then work to implement change. The plan is the road map forward for the next three years.

The plan recognizes three pillars in its approach to good governance over the next two years:

  • Work together - Community comes from collaboration. West Grey works better together. The municipality will listen to the community and value diverse voices. West Grey seek and foster partnerships because we are not alone and value our neighbours. We will communicate, engage and inspire.
  • Build a better future - West Grey is growing. Developers are excited to work with our communities to build more homes and businesses. The municipality is focused on growth that will create a lively, vibrant and diverse West Grey.
  • Promote community - It is time for us to celebrate our successes and promote our community champions. West grey is a beautiful place to visit and explore, a perfect place to raise a family and home to world-class writers, musicians, photographers and artists.

The Strategic Vision Plan is available online at the Municipality of West Grey website.


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Updated March 12, 2020.

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