We’re building something special in PSL—a safe, beautiful and prosperous City for all people. To deliver on our great promise, here at City Hall and across our more than 120 square miles, your elected Mayor and City Council, along with the appointed City Manager and City Administration, are focused on carrying out a strategic plan that is updated every year based upon your input (provided through our annual Citizen Survey and Citizen Summit). If you would like to learn more please check out our annual Strategic Plan update or Strategic Plan in Brief below, along with our most recent progress report.
|The Strategic Plan offers residents a preview of Port St. Lucie's Future|
is to provide Exceptional Municipal Services
that are Responsive to our Community
while Planning for Smart and Balanced Growth
that is managed in a Financially Responsible Manner.
Port St. Lucie has Great Neighborhoods;
excellent Educational Opportunities for lifelong learning;
a Diverse Local Economy and Employment options;
unique Natural Resources including the St. Lucie River;
and Leisure Opportunities for an Active Lifestyle.
"Port St. Lucie is a Safe, Beautiful, and Prosperous City for All People
~ Your Hometown."
Safe, Clean and Beautiful
Quality Education for All Residents
Diverse Economy and Employment Opportunities
High Quality Infrastructure and Facilities
Culture, Nature and Fun Activities
High Performing City Government Organization
The first Strategic Plan was created through a series of meetings and workshops in 2013 and is updated yearly. The Plan is intended to define what is preferred for the city’s future. It lists actions needed to ensure the City Council’s shared vision becomes a reality.
Based on input from the City Manager, city department heads, employees and citizens, the Plan allows for new ideas and unforeseeable changes. It will be used as a guide for allocating resources and planning new projects in the city in the future.
- See the Strategic Plan 2015-2020-2030
- See the Action Agenda 2015-2016
- Strategic Plan Goals 2017
- Strategic Plan 2017
- Strategic Plan 2018: Fourth Quarter Progress Report
In March 2015, 60 residents worked together to lay out their ideas about updating the Strategic Plan. See the results of that meeting.