A summary of Napier City Council's overarching goals.
Our broad long-term purpose as the city's territorial government is described by our mission statement. We establish strategic and operational plans, set goals and objectives, and measure performance, consistent with this mission statement:
To provide the facilities and services and the environment, leadership, encouragement and economic opportunity TO MAKE NAPIER THE BEST CITY IN NEW ZEALAND in which to live, work, raise a family, and enjoy a safe and satisfying life.
The Governance structures and processes of Council are set out in the Local Governance Statement.
Napier City Council developed its Vision in 2023:
"Enabling places and spaces where everybody wants to be."
In 2023, Napier City Council adopted five Strategic Priorities to guide its decision-making over the coming years. These Strategic Priorities are all of equal importance and are a tool to help us decide on what projects, activities and budgets to prioritise in our Long Term Plans.
Financially sustainable Council
Council has an operating model and financial strategy which is affordable for rate payers and enables us to achieve our objectives.
A great visitor destination
Napier is a destination aspiring to provide 'world class' facilities and attract visitors to our city. We make it easy for people to invest in our city and create experiences that attract widespread participation.
Spaces and places for all
Napier has spaces and places that everyone has access to and wants to use. We have a focus on accessibility, affordability, safety, and city vibrancy.
A resilient city – the ability to thrive and withstand impacts, knocks and shocks
Council makes good future planning and investment decisions to prepare for a changing climate future and enables our community to build self-reliance. Our people, economy and infrastructure are resilient.
Nurturing authentic relationships with our community and partners
Council fosters meaningful relationships, demonstrating our commitment to listen to our community's needs, concerns, and aspirations. Developing strong partnerships with mana whenua and tangata whenua ensures we uphold our obligations under Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
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