DERBYSHIRE residents are being invited to have their say about council services.
Derbyshire County Council has drawn up a survey which includes questions on a wide range of issues from pavements to public health and every resident in the county, aged 18 and over, is being asked to have their say.
The survey also gives residents the opportunity to list their priorities and explain which issues are most important to them and why.
It will be posted out to 6,000 randomly-selected households across the county and will also be available to complete online at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/residentssurvey.
Results will be used to ensure the council is providing value for money, delivering high quality public services and meeting the needs of local people. It will also help the authority plan future budgets and services.