Strategic Action Plan 2025

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The Municipality of Brockton is creating a new action plan that will solidify the Municipality’s goals for the next five years and ensure projects are in line with the community’s priorities. Consultations with community groups and residents occurred in the first few months, using surveys and focus groups, as well as feedback through this project page.

Bill Winegard of Winegard Municipal Consulting will be assisting in the process. The action plan will build on the framework outlined in Brockton’s strategic plan, Building a Better Brockton, yet will be updated to reflect our changing economy and local priorities. The strategic plan was written in 2013, and eight years later, it’s time for a refresh.

The new action plan will translate the broad community goals and strategies from the 2013 plan into specific initiatives for the next four or five years. It will take into account changes the community is experiencing, from COVID-19 and labour force challenges, to a robust housing market, aging population and opportunities to draw newcomers from urban areas to a welcoming community such as ours. Staff changes at the municipal office, due mainly to retirements, also afford an opportunity to review how we can continue to deliver high-quality services efficiently to Brockton residents and businesses. The process will create an action plan that will see concrete, measurable results by 2025 that align with the community’s current priorities.

First and foremost, the Municipality begun with consultations with all stakeholders over the first few months, and is currently presenting recommendations to Council. Council expects to adopt the 2021-2025 Action Plan by this summer. The process included two community surveys - one a random sample of households and the other open to all residents. The Municipality also surveyed the business community to determine how to best support them in the wake of the pandemic, through a separate but aligned Economic Development Action Plan.

An Economic Development Action Plan will solidify our priority actions for the next five years, to 2025. The plan will ensure that the municipality gets things done in accordance with our business community’s highest priorities. We are looking for input from local businesses in various sectors, including retail, hospitality, manufacturing, agriculture, tourism, construction and other industries.

The Municipality of Brockton is creating a new action plan that will solidify the Municipality’s goals for the next five years and ensure projects are in line with the community’s priorities. Consultations with community groups and residents occurred in the first few months, using surveys and focus groups, as well as feedback through this project page.

Bill Winegard of Winegard Municipal Consulting will be assisting in the process. The action plan will build on the framework outlined in Brockton’s strategic plan, Building a Better Brockton, yet will be updated to reflect our changing economy and local priorities. The strategic plan was written in 2013, and eight years later, it’s time for a refresh.

The new action plan will translate the broad community goals and strategies from the 2013 plan into specific initiatives for the next four or five years. It will take into account changes the community is experiencing, from COVID-19 and labour force challenges, to a robust housing market, aging population and opportunities to draw newcomers from urban areas to a welcoming community such as ours. Staff changes at the municipal office, due mainly to retirements, also afford an opportunity to review how we can continue to deliver high-quality services efficiently to Brockton residents and businesses. The process will create an action plan that will see concrete, measurable results by 2025 that align with the community’s current priorities.

First and foremost, the Municipality begun with consultations with all stakeholders over the first few months, and is currently presenting recommendations to Council. Council expects to adopt the 2021-2025 Action Plan by this summer. The process included two community surveys - one a random sample of households and the other open to all residents. The Municipality also surveyed the business community to determine how to best support them in the wake of the pandemic, through a separate but aligned Economic Development Action Plan.

An Economic Development Action Plan will solidify our priority actions for the next five years, to 2025. The plan will ensure that the municipality gets things done in accordance with our business community’s highest priorities. We are looking for input from local businesses in various sectors, including retail, hospitality, manufacturing, agriculture, tourism, construction and other industries.

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    Brockton Council has committed to work on an Action Plan that will solidify the Municipalities priority actions for the next five years. The Action Plan will ensure that the municipality gets things done in accordance with the community’s highest priorities. We are looking for community input and participation so we can continue to deliver the high-quality services efficiently and effectively to Brockton residents.

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    Brockton Council has committed to work on an Economic Development Action Plan that will solidify our priority actions for the next five years, to 2025. The plan will ensure that the municipality gets things done in accordance with our business community’s highest priorities. We are looking for input from local businesses in various sectors, including retail, hospitality, manufacturing, agriculture, tourism, construction and other industries. This survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. Please be honest and thoughtful in your responses. Your answers will remain anonymous.

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    500 Brockton residents received invitations to complete this random sample strategic plan survey. While everyone is able to complete a survey, these randomly selected residents survey results are to ensure that as many demographics are reached as possible, so these results are kept separate, but will be part of the final plan. 

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