Denbighshire County Council is currently asking residents what they think about council services and issues in their local community.
A printed survey has been sent to a random sample of 6,000 households across Denbighshire, distributed proportionally across the county.
In the survey, the Council asks residents what their communities are like as places to live, and how satisfied they are with council services in general.
It also asks for views on a wide range of issues, including the condition of the county’s roads, community safety, dog fouling and littering.
The results of the survey will tell the Council how much residents know about the organisation and its services, experiences of contacting the Council and what residents think the Council should focus on during the next four years.
Councillor Hugh Irving, Cabinet Lead Member for Customers and Communities, said: “It’s really important that we have a clear picture of what residents think about council services, so that the Council can consider how best to respond.
“This is the third survey of its kind and results in the past have been extremely valuable, giving us a clear indication on people’s thoughts about issues in their communities.
“We would encourage residents to complete the survey if they have received them through the post and help us shape services in the future”.
Copies of the questionnaire can also be found in leisure centres, libraries and council offices across the county.
The surveys should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete and those completing the questionnaire by 13th of September will automatically be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a month’s gym membership, courtesy of Denbighshire Leisure Services.
The closing date for the survey is 20 September 2013.