Shoalhaven City Council is currently undertaking a community phone survey asking local residents to rate their satisfaction levels towards a host of Council services and facilities.
Council has engaged IRIS to undertake the survey which will be targeting a randomly selected cross section of the community for their views over the coming week.
Mayor, Joanna Gash said the survey will provide the selected local residents with an opportunity to identify the services and facilities they see as most important.
The Mayor said the results of the program will help inform future Delivery Programs and resourcing priorities.
“Council is asking the community to have their say on the area’s services and facilities as well as their interactions with staff and Councillors,” said Clr Gash.
“Randomly selected residents will be asked to rate their levels of satisfaction with current servicing levels through a number of different areas including the management of the CBDs; the maintenance and renewal of infrastructure; tourism and the environment.
“Residents will be also asked to comment on issues regarding leadership, governance and community engagement.”
“These surveys provide Council with a host of very important information that will be used to help inform the organisation’s future resourcing priorities and programs.”
The Mayor said Council was hoping to receive a report of the survey results by the end of July.
CONTACT: Mayor, Joanna Gash - 0427 160 172