Organizational performance

Each year, the city of Minnetonka is evaluated according to how well we are doing with achieving our strategic goals. By receiving ongoing feedback from our stakeholders, we can observe trends and track progress to guide policy making and budgeting. Measuring ongoing progress ensures that we are responsive to the priorities of the community we serve.

Specific examples of actions taken in recent years in response to these annual evaluations include passage of the parks renewal and open space preservation referendum, implementation of the thin overlay program, implementation of a traffic safety program, and expansion of the natural resources program.

Each report provides the results of that year’s evaluation and feedback about our collective performance as a city government. Grades are assigned for the individual components of each strategic goal, with one-third of the performance grades determined by:

  1. the city council
  2. applicable advisory boards and commissions
  3. our residents, based on the results from the annual community survey

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005