Strategic Planning

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Sustainable Wellington is a community vision. The primary goal is to ensure that Wellington remains a great hometown. Wellington was developed as a premier residential community that has grown to include a regional hospital, regional mall, and a world-renowned equestrian community. We have great parks, schools, and neighborhoods. Wellington is truly a community that has something for everyone. Simply stated, Sustainable Wellington is important to our community’s economically viable future. 

Sustainable Wellington focuses on ways to maintain our great hometown by identifying initiatives and programs that enhance our existing assets. It balances the need for protecting our residential lifestyle with development of a strong economic base.  Sustainable Wellington aims to maintain the quality of our neighborhoods, create jobs, expand educational opportunities, preserve open space, and support residential and commercial reinvestment.

The name “Sustainable Wellington” is used for branding as well as to communicate ideas and concepts. Although many of the initiatives may take several years to implement; our ability to achieve and sustain the vision begins today.

The Sustainable Wellington four core principles are:

The current initiatives include:

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Reports

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Wellington's Strategic Planning
In this document, we look at Wellington's strategic planning
which began in 1996. As we plan for the future, this snapshot
provides a view of where we have been and the roadmap we
used to get here.
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Wellington's Economic Inventory Analysis
This Economic Inventory Analysis Final Report was researched, written, edited and published by master students and faculty at FAU's School of Urban & Regional Planning in conjunction with Wellington Staff from August 2011 - February 2012.
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Wellington’s Business Analysis
This Business Analysis Final Report was researched, written, edited and published by masters students and faculty at FAU's School of Urban & Regional Planning in conjunction with Wellington Staff from October 2012 – May 2013.

 

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