Waitaki residents are being offered a chance to rate the performance of their council.
The annual residents satisfaction survey starts this week and aims to get an understanding of views and opinions on council’s performance over the last 12 months, including things residents think council is doing well and things they think could be done better.
About 400 residents will be contacted by Pulse Limited, an independent Oamaru-based research company, which uses a random selection process designed to get a sample that represents the wide demographics of the district.
Waitaki District Council policy manager, Fraser Liggett said the information was treated in strict confidence.
“It helps us identify whether our services are meeting residents’ expectations,” he said.