Strategic Planning is an ongoing process for King County government. It is an important aspect of our management approach, informs our business planning, and helps decision-makers and the public understand where we’re going, how we are going to get there, and what we plan to achieve when we arrive.
King County Strategic Plan
The King County Strategic Plan (KCSP) is the highest-level strategic planning document for the County, establishing the strategic priorities for the overall government. The KCSP was first adopted in 2010 and was recently updated following a lengthy collaborative process.
Strategic Plans for Agencies and Initiatives
King County agencies and cross-functional teams conduct strategic planning to address their challenges and achieve their goals. Some examples of these plans include:
- Equity and Social Justice Strategic Plan
- Strategic Climate Action Plan
- Strategic Plan for Public Transportation
- Strategic Plan for Road Services
- King County Airport Strategic Plan
- Department of Assessments Strategic Plan
- King County Elections Strategic Plan
Strategic Planning Training and Resources
In addition to the countywide Strategic Plan, the Office of Performance, Strategy and Budget provides strategic planning support for County agencies to help improve performance and accountability.
The Performance and Strategy team offers quarterly Introduction to Strategic Planning training for King County employees. Find upcoming trainings at King County Learning and Development.
Specialized facilitation and training on strategic planning is also available.
For more information, please contact:
Van Badzik, Strategy and Performance Analyst
Performance, Strategy and Budget