The Survey gives people living locally the chance to have their say on satisfaction levels with the Council and its services, following on from the last poll in 2019.
Hundreds of residents have already had their say but with the survey set to close on Wednesday 19 October, there’s just over one week left to give your view of key services like roads, waste and education.
Stirling Council Leader, Cllr Chris Kane, said: “The response numbers have been great so far but there are communities out there who have yet to have their say.
“We know a lot has changed in the past three years and we need to know what we’re doing well and what we need to improve, so I’d encourage everybody to take a few minutes and tell us what you think.
“It’s important we capture the thoughts of as many people as possible so we can understand the varying demands across our diverse communities.”
The survey is open to every Council resident, as well as those who work or study in the Stirling Council area.