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Chamber Luncheon - SP Summary

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Joe Ganem

on 19 January 2018

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Transcript of Chamber Luncheon - SP Summary

STRATEGIC PLAN
SUMMARY
Michael Matthias, Asst. City Manager – Des Moines
George Delgado, Police Chief – Des Moines
Andy Hwang, Police Chief – Federal Way
Scott Logan, Chief Operations Officer – HPS
Paul Vang, Director of Security – FWPS
John Bowman, General Manager – LUD
Rebecca Martin, President & CEO – FW Chamber
Lawrence Garrett, Director – Advancing Leadership
John McIntosh – Federal Way Community Leader
Wayne Corey – Des Moines Community Leader
COMMUNITY PARTNERS
TOP 5 WEAKNESSES - Stake Holder Identified
Unfunded mandates
Economic development disconnects with the Cities
Language barriers within the community
No full time Emergency Manager
Significant attrition coming from retirements

STRATEGIC PLAN - S.W.O.T
TOP 5 THREATS - Stake Holder Identified
Uncertain impacts of growth and development
Economic volatility
Instability due to legislative issues
Lack of human health services for changing population
Aging infrastructure
STRATEGIC PLAN - PROCESS
COMMUNITY VISION
Federal Way
Chamber Luncheon
Response Fire Stations:
7

Support Facilities:
3

Service Area -
41 sq. miles

2016 Responses:
20,258

Employees:
159

Annual Budget:
$27.9M

Protection
Class 2
Rating
FIRE DISTRICT - OVERVIEW
MISSION
We provide professional fire department services to
safeguard the community and enhance quality of life.
VISION
We set the standard for quality fire and emergency
services by applying strategic thinking, leadership
development, and innovation to maintain financial
responsibility and public trust.
STRATEGIC PRIORITIES
SUSTAINABILITY
ANALYSIS
INNOVATION
LEADERSHIP
ATTAINABILITY
Explore funding options
to ensure SKFR can meet
the emergency response
demands of our growing
communities.
Use data analysis to
determine the appropriate
time to build a new fire
station and staff additional
aid units to improve
response times.
Create a Community
Medical Team Officer to
assist with reoccurring
citizen care, outreach
programs, prevention, and
EMS.
Administration will
promote education and
career development by
creating clear career paths
that support succession
planning.
Focus group reviews
and quarterly updates
with stakeholders to
demonstrate commitment
in achieving goals outlined
within the SP.
GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Be honest
Be respectful
Help others succeed
Serve with pride
Support the mission, vision and guiding principles
Embrace change
Assume good intent
Do the right thing
Hold yourself accountable
Pride in equipment, appearance, conduct
Take ownership
Empower each other
Never walk past a mistake
PLAN SUMMARY
2017-2021
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