Strathcona County is looking online to see what residents think of the municipality.
"The community survey is essentially a brand reputation survey for Strathcona County," said Carmen Herbers, director of communications with the County. "We will use (the results) to assess whether our brand reputation is resonating and growing across the region."
Strathcona County's current brand strategy was launched in 2012 and was followed up with an opinion survey in 2015.
The County's brand attributes are "Canada's energy engine," "enabler of success" and "community of choice."
"We would be grateful if people would respond and give an honest opinion of what they think of their own communities and of Strathcona County," added Herbers. "We want to see where we fit in the region in regard to other communities."
Residents can take the community survey here.
The survey will close on June 1.

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