Wexford County Council’s focus on Key Performance Indicators has benefited economic and community development throughout the county. Collaborative working with the Plenary Council, Corporate Policy Group and Management Team led to agreement on priority Key Performance Indicators which the council would target for improvement during that year (2017) with further adopted in 2018. In conjunction with this and in view of the increasingly challenging economic climate, the Council also agreed to revise and strengthen its Corporate Objectives to better reflect the changing needs of the organisation and the wider community. Ten new corporate objectives which prioritised meeting the economic, social and environmental needs of the people of County Wexford were adopted by the Council in March 2017. Results have shown continuing improvement in the collection levels in the major revenue areas of commercial rates, rents and annuities, and housing loans as these were some of the areas prioritised. The resulting success year on year, coupled with the significant reduction in the Council’s operational deficit and an increase in the Local Property Tax each year since 2017, has helped to fund and support the Council’s Economic and Community Development Programme.