The Camden County Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted the 2018-2023-2033 Strategic Plan and 2018 Action Agenda at their meeting Tuesday night.
The Strategic Plan is a five-year, outcome-based set of goals with specific issues and projects that need to be addressed by the County, all with measurable objectives.
“I am thankful for the vision and insight of our Board of Commissioners,” said Program Director Shannon Nettles. “With their guidance, our Action Agenda items provide the framework necessary for a bright future and a successful County Government.”
In December, the Board of Commissioners and county staff met to review the many accomplishments of 2017 and primarily focused on the action agenda and future direction of the County for the upcoming years ahead. The Strategic Plan and Action Agenda provide the citizens of Camden a detailed look at the short, medium and long term priorities of the county.
“Camden County is committed to transparent government and accountability,” said County Administrator Steve Howard. “The Strategic Plan and Action Agenda approved by the Board of Commissioners gives citizens an opportunity to review the long term direction of the county and allows county employees to fully understand our mission and to provide a high level of service.”
To view the Strategic Plan, along with our new Action Agenda items, please visit the county website at www.camdencountyga.gov.