LAFD Requests Input on “COMMUNITY-BASED” Strategic Plan

LAFD Requests Input on “COMMUNITY-BASED” Strategic Plan

The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) is developing a new, community-driven strategic plan and is teaming up with EmpowerLA to get the word out to members of the community.

The partnership between the two city departments is the first of its kind and assists in connecting us to Los Angeles residents, to engage them in the process of charting our organization’s future.

The process went live at the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Coalition (LANCC) meeting last Saturday when LAFD Chief John Drake and Captain Kristin Crowley presented the plan to leaders from all 95 Neighborhood Councils.

Simply put, in order to dedicate time, energy, and resources on services most desired by its community, your LAFD seeks to understand community priorities, expectations, and areas of concern.

Your perspectives and input will be utilized in the development and creation of the LAFD’s community driven strategic plan.

Make your voice heard! Join in the conversation by taking a quick electronic survey by December 1, 2013, and help your Los Angeles Fire Department develop an optimal public service model.

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