The Bexley Strategic Plan
The requirement by Bexley City Charter for the Mayor to submit a strategic plan to City Council was added to the Charter in the late 1990s, and also to Chapter 264 of the Bexley Codified Ordinances in April of 2000.
The current Bexley Strategic Plan (rev. 2013) incorporates a series of recommendations and priorities organized by the following categories: Development, Finance, Safety, Services, Infrastructure, Recreation, Communication, Technology, and Community. Rather than being its own stand-alone effort, this plan catalogues and builds off and essentially unifies a series of strategic planning efforts leading up to it, including previous Mayor-submitted City strategies, the Southwest Bexley Master Plan, and the Bexley Land Use Strategy, among others.
To read a copy of the plan, you can download it here (8.3 MB).
As part of the City's ongoing strategic planning process, the Mayor is in the process of updating the City's 4-year strategic plan*, and City Council will be discussing broad-based strategic planning at its upcoming retreat in February. What would you like to see happen in Bexley in the next 4 years and beyond? We'd love to hear from you!
Upcoming Public Workshops:
March 6, 6:30 pm, City Hall: Initial Public Workshop