Service Delivery Strategy
The Service Delivery Strategy process gives local governments and authorities the opportunity to reach agreement on the delivery of services in an effective and cost-efficient manner to Georgia’s citizens. The intent of the Act is:
- To provide a flexible framework for local governments and authorities to agree on service delivery arrangements.
- To minimize any duplication or competition among local governments and authorities providing local services.
- To provide a method of resolving disputes among service providers regarding service delivery, funding equity and land use.
Each county and its municipalities has developed a service delivery strategy including the items listed above.
1999 Original Service Delivery Strategy
2002 Service Delivery Strategy Update
2009 Service Delivery Strategy Update
2018 Service Delivery Strategy Extension