About Vision 2040
Your Questions Answered
What is Vision 2040?
Vision 2040 is an interactive, participatory process to produce a long-term economic strategy and action plan that positions the U.S. Virgin Islands as a vibrant, desirable place to live, work, and visit, and as a prosperous business location that is competitive based on its abilities to develop, retain, and attract a skilled workforce with creativity and imagination.
How is Vision 2040 being funded?
The Vision 2040 plan is being funded by the U.S. Economic Development Agency as part of the federal recovery grants with a local match provided by the Virgin Islands Housing Finance Authority administering Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) by the Housing Urban Development (HUD).
Who is conducting the Vision 2040 effort?
The US Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority (USVIEDA) is leading this effort. A Task Force was assembled of government officials and stakeholders to oversee the process. A consulting team, led by Camoin 310, assisted USVIEDA in creating the plan. Camoin 310 is a national economic development firm that was selected after a competitive selection process. For more information on Camoin 310 click here.
Who can I contact for additional information?
If you have additional questions about the Vision 2040 effort, please send it to us via the contact form on this website found here.
When was Vision 2040 completed?
The planning process ran from October 2020 through February 2021.
A Community-Based Process
The Vision 2040 process was designed to be inclusive and transparent. There are numerous ways that input was collected from community members and stakeholders to ensure Vision 2040 reflects the needs, ideas, and priorities of the U.S. Virgin Islands community.