Every two years, the City of North Liberty staff and elected leaders work with the University of Iowa’s Institute of Public Affairs to recognize previous accomplishments, acknowledge on-going commitments and set out goals for the following 24 months.
After conducting sessions with city staff on Jan. 14, 2014 and city council on Jan. 20, 2014, Jeff Schott, the director of the Institute of Public Affairs, submitted his report, which outlined the following new priority projects, programs, policies and initiatives settled on by city leaders:
- Conduct special census
- Wastewater Plant upgrades per Facility Plan
- Water Plant upgrades per Facility Plan
- Rental/housing inspector position
- Plan for City Hall/Police./Fire Dept. Campus
- Citizen visioning program
“It was a pleasure to again assist the City of North Liberty with this goal setting process. I continue to be extremely impressed with the level of cooperation and positive attitudes of the elected officials and staff,” Schott wrote.
The report, with five pages of major accomplishments from the past two years, details about considered projects and priorities, and information about the methodology, is available to download here. You can find North Liberty’s city councilors discussing theses goals in our news section.