Residents can have a say on what they want for Stroud over the next three years.
Stroud Town Council is carrying out a survey of the town’s 12,000 residents.
The answers will help determine what the town council’s priorities are in years to come.
The last survey was done in 2011. More than 94% of those who completed that survey felt that people should be consulted on any changes to the health service.
As a result the Stroud Town Council held a public meeting over proposed changes to Stroud Hospital and continues to closely monitor the issue.
More than 90% of residents agreed that the town council should protect and expand green spaces.
Green spaces are a priority for the town council. It has just carried out a green spaces survey and is closely involved in a working group to create a public green space at Wallbridge.
The survey will sent to more every household in the parish – about 6,000.
Town mayor Kevin Cranston urges residents to fill out this year’s survey which will be delivered to residents’ homes with the town council newsletter very soon.
“We will soon be setting our budgets and priorities for the next three years. The more we know about what residents want, the better we can serve the community,” he said.
“We would urge people to take a few moments and fill in the survey. This exercise will allow us to understand what is important to you.”