Strategy and decision-making

The city’s body of elected representatives consists of a council, which represents the city’s residents and makes decisions about the city’s activities. The committees and their members, elected by the council, are responsible for the management and decision-making in the different departments. The mayor leads the city administration and implements the council’s decisions together with the officials. Together, these bodies form the central structure of the city’s decision-making and administration, which is designed to promote the development of the city and the well-being of its inhabitants.

A city strategy is a plan that defines the long-term goals of the city and the measures to achieve them. It guides the city’s development and activities in different areas, such as the economy, infrastructure, social services and the environment. The strategy aims to create sustainable growth, improve the well-being of residents and promote the city’s competitiveness.