Responding to community needs, the CRD Board of Directors identifies priorities and sets the strategic course for the CRD over a four-year period, including an annual check-in and review of Board Priorities. The CRD then creates a Corporate Plan, proposing actions to deliver on the CRD Board’s Priorities, approved plans and ongoing service commitments.
Through annual service and financial planning, the CRD recommends the most sustainable and affordable ways to implement these actions. To ensure the CRD is accountable and appropriately resourced, the CRD Board reviews and approves these plans, determines funding and timing and measures progress through quarterly reports.
The CRD Board Priorities confirm the CRD’s vision, mission and mandate and set the long-term strategic direction for the CRD in order to respond to community needs. This work is done in alignment with the Statement of Reconciliation.
The CRD Corporate Plan outlines how the CRD will respond to community needs and deliver on the CRD Board Priorities, ongoing service commitments and approved plans over four-years.
Through annual service and financial planning, the CRD identifies the most sustainable, affordable, and feasible ways to implement actions outlined in the Corporate Plan to address community needs.
The CRD follows a financial planning process to ensure resources are used efficiently and that services effectively meet the needs of residents, municipalities, electoral areas and First Nations. Read more >>