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2020 Strategic Plan

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Process Visual (01.29.19)

In all of its work, Yolo County strives to be innovative, collaborative, fiscally responsible, inclusive of the County’s diverse population, strategically aligned and engaged with the community.  Consistent with its ongoing commitment to these principles, Yolo County is developing a Strategic Plan. The County Strategic Plan is a guiding document used by the County Board of Supervisors to set policies and prioritize resources for the organization for the next three to five years.

Development of this plan will occur over the course of 2019 in three stages: engagement efforts, plan development, and approval.

  • Engagement Efforts (January - March): The County will conduct engagement with the community to gather input on potential priority topics for the Board to consider including in the Strategic Plan. This will be gathered through a public survey (see “Public Survey” tab) as well as a number of public meetings/events (see “Public Events” tab). This information will be shared with the Board of Supervisors at their March 26th public Board meeting.

  • Plan Development (February-October): The County will then develop the Strategic Plan utilizing Board workshops and staff work groups.The Board of Supervisors will hold workshops to discuss key topics in order to provide direction on the County approach to addressing these issues. The topics discussed will be informed by the engagement efforts.In addition, staff work groups will be formed to develop recommended outcomes and strategies for the strategic plan that will be presented to the Board in October.

  • Plan Approval (November-December): The final Strategic Plan will be brought for the approval of the Board of Supervisors during one of their regularly scheduled public meetings in November or December.

For further information, please contact Carolyn Jhajj at