Annual Reports and Proposed Initiatives

Overview

The Village Board adopted the Vision 2025 Plan in 2015, identifying several proposed future initiatives and priorities for the Village. The Village departments and citizen committees are submitting annual reports to the Village Board to inform them and the public on some of the recent initiatives and tasks accomplished in the past year. In addition, they are also submitting requests on high priorities and initiatives they would like to perform in the upcoming year. Village Trustees are also submitting requests for the other Village Board members to consider. This page outlines each of the reports and future initiatives sent to the Village Board.

2019 Annual Reports




VILLAGE DEPARTMENTS
Clerk & Customer Service (PDF)Department of Public Works (PDF)Finance (PDF)
Library (PDF)Municipal Court (PDF)Planning & Development (PDF)
Police (PDF)Senior Resource Center (PDF)Village Manager’s Office (PDF)

CITIZEN COMMITTEES & COMMUNITY GROUPS
Community Development Authority (PDF)Conservation Committee (PDF)Design Review Board (PDF)
Elder Services Advisory Board (PDF)Library Board (PDF)Marketing & Communications Advisory Committee (PDF)
Parks Commission (PDF)Plan Commission (PDF)Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Committee (PDF)
Human Relations Commission (PDF)Police Commission (PDF)Shorewood Connects (PDF)
Shorewood Historical Society (PDF)


2021 Departments - Proposed Initiatives for Discussion

Clerk & Customer Service

Department of Public Works

Finance

Library

Municipal Court

  • None at this time.

Planning and Development

Police

Senior Resource Center

Village Manager’s Office


2021 Citizen Committees & Community Groups - Proposed Initiatives for Discussion

Village Board

Community Development Authority (CDA)

  • To be determined after strategic planning

Conservation Committee

Design Review Board (DRB)

Elder Services Advisory Board (ESAB)

Human Relations Commission (HRC)

Library Board

Marketing and Communications Advisory (& Leadership) Committee (all future initiatives summarized (PDF))

  • Talk with Shorewood Today Editorial Team on marketing and advertising efforts 2021 and beyond
  • Provide general guidance and ideas to Welcome New Neighbors program – if approved by the Village Board
  • Produce a webpage on the Village website for realtors, prospective residents, and other community members to learn general information about the Village
  • Marketing consulting sessions - Reach out to volunteer committees and community groups to see if they need guidance and assistance on marketing / communication efforts
  • Continue to update and add to the Shorewood Short Video Series

Parks Commission

Plan Commission

Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Committee

Public Art Committee

Shorewood Connects

  • Develop snow removal initiative to enhance community walk-ability throughout the year
  • Explore, advocate and promote a variety of housing options to address and support needs of a diverse population of older adults
  • Promote Shorewood as an Age-Friendly Community
  • Explore funding opportunities through AARP for age-friendly community features
  • Explore meaningful volunteer opportunities for retirees and residents of all ages through the Shorewood School District and its Recreation Department

Shorewood Historical Society

  • Finish the Digitization of the newspaper archive
  • Digitize the high school Copperdome yearbook collection
  • Begin the conversion of archival records from manual to digital
  • Install the information signs about Cementville
  • Digitize picture and map collections