Stirling residents asked to give the council feedback
Written by centralfmnews on November 3, 2019
Residents in Stirling are being asked their opinions about the work of the council.
The residents survey will quiz them on what they think about everything from road repairs to street lighting.
Stirling council is encouraging those living in and around the city to complete the questionnaire.
Council leader, Councillor Scott Farmer, said: “This is an excellent chance for the public to give us their views on the services and facilities the council provides.
“We want to capture what we’re doing well and where we can improve and it’s vital the public are at the centre of that.”
Copies are also available at council libraries or Customer First and it takes around 15-20 minutes to complete.
Depute leader of the council, Councillor Danny Gibson, said: “This survey will be an important way of communicating with the people we are accountable to.
“If we can gather the views of the public and let our residents influence our decision-making, we can narrow the gap between what our services deliver and what the people who use them actually want.”
To take part in this year’s survey click this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LTQNTM2