Overview – About the Project


The City of McKinney is undertaking the development of a vision and solid waste management strategy that will identify and develop sustainable recommendations for its solid waste and resource recovery activities over the next 20 years. The process will evaluate the City’s current policies, programs, and services, and identify potential strategies and goals to meet the most critical needs identified by the City.

The City of McKinney has contracted Future iQ and the consultancy firm of Burns & McDonnell to collaborate on this project to facilitate the development of the Solid Waste Management Strategy for the City.

Strategic Visioning Process – Task 1

Future iQ was contracted to help develop the visioning component of a city-wide solid waste management strategy for the City of McKinney. The visioning process will include:

  • Project and lab portal
  • Future Perceptions Community Stakeholder Survey
  • Key driver vision workshop session with City staff
  • Key driver discussion boards
  • City of McKinney Future Think-Tank Workshop
  • Online community stakeholder vision workshops and survey
  • Presentation of findings of the Future Report to the City at a ‘Future Summit’


For more information about the City of McKinney’s Solid Waste Management Strategy Project, please contact:

Eric Hopes,
City of McKinney