Pete agrees with the current Mission, Vision and Values Statements of Sedgwick County.
For your review, the statements appearing on sedgwickcounty.org are listed here. Should you believe these statements are missing something, or can be improved, Pete is eager for you to provide any feedback.
Cultivate a healthy, safe and welcoming community through exceptional pubic services, effective partnerships and dedicated employees.
To be a local government leader in building public trust, implementing innovative solutions and supporting opportunities for success.
TRUST: We act with respect, fairness and honesty.
INTEGRITY: We hold ourselves to the highest standards of ethical conduct, the responsible use of resources and steadfast transparency.
COLLABORATION: We work together for the public good.
COMPASSION: We serve all with care and dignity.
INNOVATION: We empower all to value new ideas, advance creative solutions and demonstrate resourcefulness.
Pete believes a solid and responsible budget is the cornerstone which allows Sedgwick County to deliver quality and safe services to the citizens and businesses.
One of the most important services any government agency can provide is the safety and health of the community. From the County Sheriff’s department and the County Jail, the Sedgwick County Fire Department, the Emergency Medical Service “EMS”, and the Sedgwick County Health Department; all of these will assure our citizens to be able to work and play within a safe and healthy environment.
Pete believes that government agencies, and Sedgwick County, should play a role that is best determined by the needs of our businesses. Basic infrastructure support, and policies that are less stringent to allow businesses to grow and thrive, without government interference is a winning atmosphere. Pete often is heard saying; “we need more red carpet, and less red tape from government.”
Pete believes that “quality of life” covers a broad range of ideas and items, depending on your personal beliefs. In summary, Pete prefers the term “Living Well”, which helps define if a “quality of life” item allows citizens to “live well”, then it is beneficial to the community in whole.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Paid for by Pete Meitzner for Sedgwick County, Brad Schreck, Treasurer
400 N Woodlawn, Suite 210 Wichita, KS 67208, 316.686.7314