Imagine Baytown: Strategic Planning for 2027

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What is Imagine Baytown?

The City of Baytown is in the process of developing its new strategic plan, Imagine Baytown, to help identify the City's directives and strategic initiatives and we want your input. Imagine Baytown is a 5-year community-based strategic plan that will bring together residents, Baytown City Council, and city staff in the development of a vision and direction for Baytown. Imagine Baytown is a way to communicate residents top priorities to ensure Baytown continues to grow to meet the needs and expectations of the community. These shared visions will be compiled into a guiding document to influence future decision making. Your feedback is extremely important so we are providing a variety of ways for you to contribute to the conversation both virtually and in-person. Residents are invited to participate through surveys, polls, workshops, focus groups, and open meetings.


What is Imagine Baytown?

The City of Baytown is in the process of developing its new strategic plan, Imagine Baytown, to help identify the City's directives and strategic initiatives and we want your input. Imagine Baytown is a 5-year community-based strategic plan that will bring together residents, Baytown City Council, and city staff in the development of a vision and direction for Baytown. Imagine Baytown is a way to communicate residents top priorities to ensure Baytown continues to grow to meet the needs and expectations of the community. These shared visions will be compiled into a guiding document to influence future decision making. Your feedback is extremely important so we are providing a variety of ways for you to contribute to the conversation both virtually and in-person. Residents are invited to participate through surveys, polls, workshops, focus groups, and open meetings.


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    Are bike lanes and going to be installed in the streets? Roads are dangerous and sidewalks are not legal use for bicycles. Move into the future or Snooze and get left behind. Curbs need to be swept of harmful tire damaging debris.

    Marshall Villarreal asked about 1 year ago

    Mr. Villarreal, thank you for the question. Erwin Burden, our City Engineer, can be reached at Erwin.burden@baytown.org to answer your question about installing bike lanes in Baytown. In addition, we encourage you to participate in our strategic planning process by leaving your comments and feedback in the survey or participating in one of our Community Workshops from September 13th – 18th. 

    The Community Workshops will be as followed:

    • Monday, September 13th, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Baytown Historical Museum 220 W. Defee Avenue – Hosted by Council Member Chris Presley
    • Tuesday, September 14th, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Evergreen Clubhouse, 1520 Evergreen Road – Hosted by Council Member Mike Lester
    • Wednesday, September 15th, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Pirates Bay Pavilion, 5300 East Road – Hosted by Council Member Heather Betancourth 
    • Thursday, September 16th, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Baytown Chamber of Commerce, 825 Rollingbrook Drive – Hosted by Council Member Charles Johnson
    • Saturday, September 18th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Baytown Community Center, 2407 Market Street – Hosted by Council Member Laura Alvarado
    • Saturday, September 18th, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Clark Elementary School Library, 6033 TX-146 – Hosted by Council Member Jacob Powell 
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    When does the city plan to release the names of these committee members?

    hamilton87 asked over 1 year ago

    Hi hamilton87, the following SPAC members were appointed at the city council meeting on 2/25/21. The City of Baytown is excited to work with the SPAC and the community at large to create a strategic plan that will bring Baytown forward. 

    • Anjali Singh
    • Steven Bingham
    • Taylor Henckel
    • Nicholas Rice
    • Kelli Williams
    • Morgan Allen
    • Tommie Smith
    • Rebecca Conejo
    • Mark Stafford
    • Trevor Smith
Page last updated: 29 Aug 2022, 11:39 AM