Lee County's Strategic Planning Process:
Transparency, Accountability and Community
Lee County's strategic planning process is guided by three fundamental elements: Transparency, Accountability and Community.
Most of our employees are residents of Lee County—it is our community. We must be proud and efficient, and provide ourselves and the public with a government that is accountable and transparent. Our competence is measured and reinforced through active engagement of those we serve. We must maintain an organizational reputation for openness, honesty and integrity.
Why do strategic planning? To move Lee County toward its desired future, we must have deliberate planning with input from the community, elected officials and employees. This requires clearly defined and measureable goals, committed leadership and effective management.
It also requires us to manage the forces of change, which include community demographics, economic conditions, state and federal mandates, evolving technology and other factors that influence our delivery of core services. To be high-performing leaders in County government, we must anticipate and adapt to changes by creating a valued, motivated, dedicated, community-oriented workforce—and we must include our residents in the decision-making process.
Fiscal Year 2011-12 Quarterly Department Performance Measurements
Fiscal Year 2011-12 Quarterly Departmental Highlights
Annual Performance Reports
Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Annual Performance Report