The Community Scorecard is here again to evaluate community priorities and measure the City’s performance against key indicators in the Strategic Community Plan.
Let us know your opinion on City services and facilities from libraries and leisure to refuse and roads – and everything in between.
“The Community Scorecard is a great touch point for the City to see what areas we’re performing well in and where the community wants us to focus in the future,” Acting CEO Cliff Frewing said.
“It also allows us to ensure we’re delivering on the Strategic Community Plan, which was developed directly from community consultation and feedback.”
The online scorecard closes 5pm Monday 12 April.
Head to the City’s dedicated community engagement website, Have Your Say, to get started.