The success of Geneva's strategic plan update depends on the participation of residents, partners, and stakeholders. This is accomplished via interviews, focus groups, a community survey, and other electronic means. We need your input and we need you to help spread the word.
Take The Survey
All residents will receive a postcard in mid-September with a digital invitation to participate in the community survey. Please use this invitation to share your input.
We recognize there are many individuals who may own a business, work, or frequently visit our community. Everyone who did not receive a postcard, or households where multiple residents want to participate, is welcome to take the survey on this web page.
The survey deadline has been extended and now closes Saturday, Oct. 7.
Preliminary findings from the survey, interviews, and more will be presented to the Geneva City Council Monday, Oct. 9.
The City's Strategic Plan Advisory Committee will share initial recommendations with the City Council at the annual planning session in the fall. The committee also will schedule a community open house to review the draft strategic plan updates before bringing final recommendations to the City Council for approval in early 2024. The public will have an opportunity to review and provide comments on the updated plan before it is adopted by the City Council.
Pin Your Thoughts
In addition to the survey, community members may share ideas, thoughts and comments regarding the community and City infrastructure using this interactive map.
Send Us Your Feedback
Have something to share with the City that does not fit in a survey or go on a map? You can send us a short video testimonial on your phone to us using Jotto.
If you have questions or need more information, contact Geneva Assistant City Administrator Ben McCready by phone at via email.
The City is working with a consultant (CP2 Consulting) to update the City’s Strategic Plan. The plan is an important tool that communicates priorities and helps guide decision-making for the City as an organization. The update process allows the Strategic Plan Advisory Committee to build upon work done since 2018 and ensures the City’s policy priorities are in alignment with the community.