Knaresborough Town Council has launched a short online survey to help them identify priorities and find out how best the council can engage with residents.
The survey aims to monitor the public perception of the council’s work and its activities, as well as identify residents priorities and concerns.
The survey is being conducted online and will be open to residents to complete until the end of April.
The link to the survey can be found on the town council website or by following this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/R9XNRGQ
Councillor Monaghan who proposed the survey said: There are hardworking people on Knaresborough Town Council, but I often feel residents at large don’t know as much as they could about the work we are all doing. We aim to hold this survey each year, so when we make changes based on feedback from this year’s survey, we can see if those changes have made a difference to people’s perceptions.
This exercise also doubles as a way for us to check and raise awareness of initiatives, like our fortnightly ‘Open Forum’ or ‘Annual Town Meeting’ where members of the public can come and discuss any issue with the town council. I urge readers to take 2 minutes of their time to complete the survey.