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Your opinion counts: What issues should the City focus on next year?

///Your opinion counts: What issues should the City focus on next year?

In 2015, Houston’s City Council took the groundbreaking step of adopting the city’s first general plan, Plan Houston. The Plan describes a vision and goals for our community and identifies twelve core strategies that represent the City’s approach for achieving the vision. 
 
The City of Houston is now actively working towards achieving the community goals laid out in Plan Houston. The next step is to understand the community’s interests so that policy makers can consider them as they develop City priorities for the next budget year. The City’s next fiscal year begins July 1, 2017. You can share your thoughts on what the City should be focusing on by responding to a brief survey: www.planhouston.org.     

Your input, coupled with Plan Houston’s strategic guidance, ensures that the City will use its limited resources in the most effective means possible to improve our community. The survey is open from October 14, 2016 through November 25, 2016. Call 832-393-6600 if you have questions or would like to request one or more paper copies of the survey.

Go to www.planhouston.org to learn more about the Plan Houston goals and strategies.

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2016-10-19T19:23:40+00:00 October 19th, 2016|Community News, IMD News|1 Comment

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  1. Melina Martinez November 15, 2016 at 3:08 pm - Reply

    I think that illumination should be something to talk about. In my neighborhood illumination is really poor. It is a big problem at night.
    Another problem that I found in the streets around my neighborhood is that there is not enough side walks and people of all ages have to walk over the yards or on the streets.

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