Strathcona County is looking for feedback on quality of life.
A short survey for residents covers satisfaction, awareness, usage and other areas relating to county programs and services.
Strathcona County staff will use the feedback to help evaluate service delivery and plan the best use of county resources for the community.
"We were doing it annually but we've changed to twice a year now due to the fact that there were some services that were specifically relatable to a certain season," said Kelly Rudyk, director of coporate planning with Strathcona County. "It didn't make sense to be asking about summer services in the winter."
In the survey conducted last spring, a majority of residents were satisfied with a variety of aspects of life, including winter road maintenance, the variety or retail stores as well as whether they feel they have adequate opportunities to express their opinions on issues in the county.
Residents have until December 22 to fill the survey out on Strathcona County's website.

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