City Manager's Message
Most every organization has a mission, a vision statement of what accomplishing the mission looks like, and a strategic plan for getting there. Your Hayward city government is no different.
At the City of Hayward, our strategic plan is called the Strategic Roadmap. It was developed and first adopted by the City Council in January 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we dipped back in and updated the plan to incorporate new needs and challenges.
Above all else, the Strategic Roadmap guides budgeting, policy making, and allocation of staff resources in furtherance of six Strategic Priorities.
Those priorities are: Enhancing Community Safety and Quality of Life; Preserving, Protecting and Producing Housing for All; Growing the Economy; Investing in Infrastructure; Confronting Climate Crisis and Championing Environmental Justice; and Strengthening Organizational Health.
Inside this year’s edition of our Annual Report mailer, you will find a graphic depiction of our Strategic Priorities in the shape of a wheel, and examples of programs, projects, and initiatives through which we ents or questions about the Roadmap, or would like to learn more about the contents of this or prior year Annual Report mailers, visit www.hayward-ca.gov/forward on the City of Hayward
Barbara Halliday, MAYOR
Sara Lamnin, MAYOR PRO TEM
Angela Andrews, COUNCILMEMBER
Elisa Márquez, COUNCILMEMBER
Mark Salinas, COUNCILMEMBER
Aisha Wahab, COUNCILMEMBER
Francisco Zermeño, COUNCILMEMBER
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