Great Lakes Council – Satisfaction Survey

Great Lakes Council is undertaking a Satisfaction Survey focusing on community assets.

Over the past few weeks some of our regions residents have participated in a random telephone survey, conducted by Micromex Research.

Council welcomes additional feedback from residents that have not been invited to participate in the telephone survey. Links to the information brochure and online version of the telephone survey are available below.

Before completing the survey please read the Background Information Brochure. The information package focusses on the current condition of community assets and the funding required to improve the conditions of those assets.

Start – Community Asset Survey

Council’s Director Engineering Services, Ron Hartley said “We have undertaken a significant amount of work on important community assets, both on the ground and behind the scenes.

“Our road network has been improved with the assistance of the special rate variation we received several years ago. We have also put significant effort into getting better information to help us efficiently manage assets with our current level of funding.

“The survey is focussed on assets such as roads in urban and rural areas, bridges and community buildings.”

Mr Hartley said “the results of the survey will be used to determine whether the community is satisfied with the current state of assets or whether they support increasing investment to improve the assets which are in poorer condition.”

Council’s General Manager, Glenn Handford added “It is important that all residents have the opportunity to comment on their satisfaction with these assets. If you were not randomly selected for the phone survey, I encourage you to access the online information and complete the survey on Council’s website”.

The survey will be open until close of business Thursday, 2 October.

 

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