Ten years after the City of Cuba City last created a strategic plan, the city is updating its strategic plan.
The updated plan will look farther than 10 years out — to be precise, 20 years from when it’s completed.
The Cuba City Plan Commission will hold a special meeting on Cuba City 2040 today at 5 p.m.
Cuba City 2040 is being touted as an update of “the data, goals and strategies of the city’s long-term plan to better reflect today’s population and technology,” according to Cuba City 2040 literature.
The plan will include such areas as cooperation among governments, economic development, housing, land use, transportation, utilities and community facilities, and agricultural, cultural and natural resources, and how to implement improvements in those areas.
Redevelopment Resources of Madison will manage the project, including providing recommendations on how to implement the strategic plan.
A survey of city residents will be posted on the city’s website and Facebook page this fall, where those interested can sign up for email updates on the project. Three open houses will be held between October and January to share ideas.
A draft plan will be introduced at a public meeting in April before it is finalized.
For more information, call City Hall, 744-2152, or email CC2040@Redevelopment-Resources.com.