Town of St. Pauls Vision Statement


Town of St. Pauls Vision Statement*


The Town of St. Pauls will be:


  • An attractive Town, where downtown buildings and infrastructure are integrated and appealing, and is pedestrian-friendly.

  • An economically revitalized and sound central location, supported by a good transportation system and a well-educated and highly-qualified workforce.

  • A safe place to live and work, resulting from caring and concerned citizens, augmented by a qualified and professional police force.

  • A place with cultural events, such as a folk arts festival, that attracts locals and non-locals year-round.

  • A town of ethnically and culturally diverse citizens, living in harmony, enhanced by culturally-diverse activities.

  • A promoter of a tourist-friendly environment, that invites, informs and leaves a positive impression, attracting tourists to return.

  • A Town offering a wide variety of recreational opportunities for any interest.

  • A Town of leaders with vision, attentive to the needs of citizens.

  • A holistic community that provides for all the needs of citizens, thereby allowing them to live and flourish here.


*A vision statement is sometimes called a picture of your town in the future but it’s so much more than that. A vision statement is your inspiration, the framework for all your strategic planning.

A vision statement may apply to an entire town or to a single area of the town. Whether for all or part of a town, the vision statement answers the question, “Where do we want to go?”


What you are doing when creating a vision statement is articulating your dreams and hopes for your town. It reminds you of what you are trying to build.

Town of St. Pauls

Folks enjoy the pace of life here, the freedom to be who they want to be, and the ability to achieve their goals without the limiting restrictions most large municipalities tend to impose.  We want our folks to be HAPPY here!

Gordon "Buddy" Westbrook

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  stpaulsclerk (@)
fax 910-865-3849
  210 W. Blue Street

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