According to a county press release,
Erie County Executive Brenton Davis is releasing the 2023-2025 Erie County ThreeYear Plan on June 30th, as mandated by the Erie County Home Rule Charter. The Plan provides financial and operational projections and objectives for all parts of county government over the next three years.
Each part of county government plays a role in bringing together this plan, and each department includes its mission statement, constituents that are served, department responsibilities and services offered, trends in use of service, number of employees, the goals of the department for the next three years, and possible capital projects for each Department.
“The Three-Year Plan is central to transparency in County Government. The financial projections are not budgets but they are instructive to demonstrating the challenges ahead in the delivery of services to our 265,000 citizens,” said County Executive Brenton Davis. “The projections and figures present a roadmap for constituent services in Erie County. This plan is a general guide for future personnel and financial decisions. Each budget year presents its own challenges and opportunities, so we remain open to dealing with those as they come,” Davis added.
The Administration submits the Plan for review to Erie County Council by July 1. Council has until September 1, 2022 to adopt the long-range plan.