Organizational Efficiency & Well-Being

2024 Goals

Lead space needs assessment across departments and city functions to ensure that the City is efficiently using current assets and planning for the future.

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Evaluate City employees’ need for childcare facilities.

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Complete Phase 1 design of new Public Utilities campus.

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Complete water, sewer, and stormwater rate study and impact fee study to implement new rate structures and fees during FY 2025.

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Achieve excellent customer service by committing staff to monitor and timely respond to resident requests and questions submitted through the MySLC platform.

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Develop the policy and framework to establish Employee/Affinity Resource Groups.

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Begin implementation of Citywide Equity Plan by: -Embedding equity policy into the budget process -Working with our contracting team to establish equity best practices for consultants -Expanding language access capability for City services and programs -Obtaining a Welcoming America Certification -Continuing to build capacity for the Know Your Neighbor Program -Completing an ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan (SETP) and providing a report on it to guide future work

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Evaluate the potential to locate a pilot program for City employee daycare in planning for new Public Utilities Campus.

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Fully implement Program Based Budgeting in order to transparently inform the public about the City’s budget and maximize cross-departmental efficiency.

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Assess existing workforce recruitment and retention to begin developing a strategy for operations and maintenance positions to meet the needs of the city and residents into the future.

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Improve recruitment processes for City positions and reduce the time it takes to fill a position by at least 5%.

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