DuPage County Board has approved a new five-year strategic plan

The DuPage County Board has recently passed a strategic plan that outlines the goals and priorities for the county’s future. Led by the Strategic Planning Committee, which was headed by board member Sadia Covert, the plan focuses on community services and economic development, with a goal of promoting local businesses, workforce development, and creating outreach programs for families, the elderly, and individuals with disabilities.

The plan’s goals are not set in stone, and there are no consequences in place for not adhering to the priorities set forth. These priorities include community well-being, fiscal responsibility, a thriving economy, a safe community, environmental stewardship, and mobility. The committee worked closely with members of the board to ensure that each word included in the plan reflected shared values and visions.

Smaller objectives within the plan include reducing the county’s landfill presence and expanding bike and pedestrian pathways. Recent projects like the Solid Waste Management Plan and the DuPage County Trails Plan are paving the way for more manageable improvements in these areas. The County engaged with the community through forums, interviews, and surveys to gather input and support for these initiatives.

In summary, this strategic plan serves as a blueprint for guiding legislation and ensuring continued prosperity in DuPage County. By focusing on community services

By Sophia Gonzalez

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