Time is running out to take part in Stirling Council’s 2019 Residents Survey.
Rural broadband is one of many Council services featuring in this year's Residents Survey

The comprehensive questionnaire, which focuses on every vital service delivered by the local authority, will close at midnight on Saturday, 30 November.

Stirling’s citizens are being given the chance to have their say on everything from road repairs to culture and tourism in an effort to ensure the Council provides best value for the citizens it serves.

This year’s survey was launched on November 1 and will take 15-20mins to complete. The survey is available online and paper copies are also available at Council Libraries and Customer First.

Engagement is key

Stirling Council Chief Executive, Carol Beattie, said: “This is an excellent chance for the public to give us their views on the services 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.

“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.

“Engagement is key and I’d ask everyone who reads this to fill out the survey.”

Online link to survey

 To take part in this year’s survey, click the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LTQNTM2