Clutha District residents will have the chance to rate Council’s performance during the annual resident satisfaction survey which kicks off Tuesday, November 6.
The 2018 telephone survey will be conducted by the company Research First and will run for two-three weeks.
Mayor Bryan Cadogan said he appreciated people taking the time out of their busy lives to answer the survey.
“Council only exists to reflect our residents wishes, and our primary barometer to our performance is to ask our residents what they think,” Mayor Cadogan said.
Council’s strategic planning manager Larissa Brown said residents will be able to give feedback about a wide range of council services, including roads, public toilets, libraries and more.
They will also have the chance to rate the overall performance of Clutha District Council, she added.
“I encourage people to take part as the results play a valuable role in allowing us to understand where we need to do better and plan for the future.”
For the first time ever people can do the survey online here:
Results of the survey will be available on Council's website after they have been presented to the December meeting of Council.