The Big York Survey 2013 (17 June – 25 July)

14 Jun 2013 @ 2.43 pm
| News

Issued by City of York Council

Residents in York will have the chance to have their say on City of York Council and citywide services in its annual residents’ survey from the 17 June to the 25 July 2013.

The Big York Survey is an opportunity for people to give feedback on services across the city. The council is encouraging residents to take part and complete the survey, which focuses on a range of topics including York’s economy, communities, protecting vulnerable people, protecting the environment and travelling and transport in York.

The questionnaire is posted to a random sample of households across the city but all residents will have the opportunity to have their say online.

Cllr James Alexander, Leader of City of York Council, said: “This survey is a way for residents to provide feedback and to make sure we’re delivering services in the right way. I would encourage as many residents as possible to take part. This is the second year of the Big York Survey, the first was a great success and responses last year saw the council alter policy.

“We want to hear from residents about what they think about council run services. The survey provides a great opportunity not only for residents to voice their opinion but for us as a council to find out areas where we can improve which is invaluable.”

To complete the survey online visit the Big York Survey page online between 17 June and 25 July. For more details or help relating to the survey please e-mail the business intelligence team. Information on the survey will also be displayed on the @cityofyork Twitter account with the hashtag #bys13.

Residents who participate in the Big York Survey will be automatically entered into a draw to win £100 worth of shopping vouchers.

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