Canyon Lake City Council adopts 2021 goals

Pictured, from left, are Councilman Dale Welty, Councilman Larry Greene, Mayor Kasey Castillo, Councilman Jordan Ehrenkranz, and Mayor Pro Tem Jeremy Smith. Photo provided by the City of Canyon Lake.

The Canyon Lake City Council recently held a goals session. The purpose of the City Council’s annual goals session is to clearly identify and adopt a list of agreed-upon priorities for the year.

The adopted goals help guide the City Council and staff to ensure that time and other resources are allocated in a manner consistent with the City Council’s shared vision for the city.

In no order of priority, the City Council’s 10 adopted goals for 2021 are as follows:

  • Establish the Canyon Lake Fire Department.
  • Draft and adopt a new personnel policy manual.
  • Improve Building Department operations and reduce costs.
  • Complete the sixth cycle General Plan Housing Element update.
  • Consider moving the Council Chamber upstairs following library relocation.
  • Move economic development initiatives forward: BLM Land, Towne Center specific plan, identification of developable parcels, attract new businesses, investments, etc.
  • Protect water quality through compliance with MS4 permit requirements.
  • Expand communications/public engagement efforts.
  • Build and maintain positive regional relationships.
  • Put on successful events: Veterans Day, Winter Wonderland, and State of the City.


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