Provide quality and equitable housing, as well as health, and human services for all.
Be an innovative, effective, engaged, and transparent with a focus on quality programs and services.
Achieve racial equity in County service and ensure a workforce reflective of the community we serve.
Provide focus on climate action and resiliency to mobilize efforts towards mitigating climate change.
Enhance services to the community by investing in County facilities and infrastructure.
Sonoma County’s Five-Year Strategic Plan will provide the context to inform policies and projects that are prioritized for the next five years. The plan will guide how we align short and long-term objectives with operations and
budgets, so our actions reflect a clear sense of purpose and demonstrate meaningful progress.
The timeline for implementation will vary based on many factors, including the complexity of the objective, partner and community input, workforce capacity and availability, budget availability, and effective coordination with County partners. Implementation plans will be reviewed regularly to assess their success in meeting the milestones set out in the objectives.
Values represent the core beliefs that an organization wishes to foster through its actions and in pursuit of its mission. They shape the County's culture and inform the priorities and strategies we choose.
Guiding principles are the overarching philosophies that are applied to each of the Strategic Plan's five pillars. Along with our values, these principles will influence how the County makes decisions, sets policies, allocates resources, implements strategies and measures results.