As the services we provide change and grow, from time to time we can come across challenges to providing those services that require more of our attention, money, and staffing. The City has a goal this year to review programs and services and evaluate partnership opportunities, whether that be internally or externally. Earlier this year, we reviewed all of our internal program partnership opportunities and wanted to expand that discussion to the entire community including businesses, non-profits, schools, healthcare facilities and more.
The City is partnering with the Shawnee Chamber of Commerce to utilize the Center for Priority Based Budgeting to help us put on a workshop for those Shawnee businesses and Chamber members, as an introduction to City programs and services. We would love for you to join us at our Partnerships and Pancakes breakfast, where we will walk the businesses through a program inventory “match up” to identify programs that we may have in common and have a broader discussion of envisioned opportunities for partnerships.