FROM OUR COMMUNITY AND FOR OUR COMMUNITY
The Petaluma City Council has a tradition of regularly establishing goals and priorities, often in conjunction with the annual budget process. Over the past three years, the Council has undergone a more robust process of requesting and receiving community feedback and input to establish a robust list of goals, objectives, and workplan items. This process has included multiple outreach opportunities for the community including online surveys, in-person workshops, and participation at regular City Council meetings.
A CITY THAT WORKS FOR EVERYONE
We developed the city’s Goals and Priorities with extensive community input and discussion. We held a workshop on April 6, 2019, and offered a survey, to gather the community’s ideas. After that workshop, we reviewed and collated the feedback. We presented a draft version of the City’s goals and priorities for the next two years. After discussion, the Council approved a final goals and priorities. These became the guideposts for our work.
Review the Original Goals & Priorities Booklet here.
Our environmental legacy
an economy that prospers
A SAFE COMMUNITY THAT THRIVES
Spaces and places that inspire
FISCAL YEAR 2021 - 2023
In 2021 we held two workshops on April 26, 2021, and June 28, 2021, to get community input and feedback. We also reflected on what we added to the list. Much of our work changed because of the Covid-19 Pandemic. The City Council then finalized our workplan for the upcoming two years.