Community Survey

Consultation has concluded

The results from the 2017 Community Survey can be viewed at wagga.nsw.gov.au/communitysurvey

UPDATE 21/8/17: The 2017 Community Survey has closed. The results are being collated and will be made available in November 2017.

The 2017 Community Survey helps Council to identify the importance of different services and facilities in our community and also provides Council with an indication on how we are performing. The results for the survey are used to inform planning for the future and the associated resource allocation.

Results from the survey will be made available in November 2017.

An independent survey provider will conduct phone surveys, or you can complete it online.

The results from the 2017 Community Survey can be viewed at wagga.nsw.gov.au/communitysurvey

UPDATE 21/8/17: The 2017 Community Survey has closed. The results are being collated and will be made available in November 2017.

The 2017 Community Survey helps Council to identify the importance of different services and facilities in our community and also provides Council with an indication on how we are performing. The results for the survey are used to inform planning for the future and the associated resource allocation.

Results from the survey will be made available in November 2017.

An independent survey provider will conduct phone surveys, or you can complete it online.

Consultation has concluded
  • 2017 Community survey results released

    almost 2 years ago

    The community’s level of satisfaction with Council services and facilities has remained steady over the past two years.

    Residents from across the Local Government Area took part in the 2017 Community Survey, with 77 per cent somewhat satisfied with Council’s performance, on par with the 2015 survey result of 80 per cent.

    The full survey results and a summary of the results can be viewed here.

    The community’s level of satisfaction with Council services and facilities has remained steady over the past two years.

    Residents from across the Local Government Area took part in the 2017 Community Survey, with 77 per cent somewhat satisfied with Council’s performance, on par with the 2015 survey result of 80 per cent.

    The full survey results and a summary of the results can be viewed here.

  • 2017 Community Survey underway now

    about 2 years ago

    From Tarcutta to Tolland and Glenfield to Galore – we want to hear from you.

    No matter where you live in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area, residents will be able to share their thoughts in the 2017 Community Survey.

    The survey is undertaken by an independent research provider, with random phone interviews to take place next month.

    “The Community Survey gives you the opportunity to have your say on a wide range of Council services,” General Manager Robert Knight said.

    “You’ll be able to highlight what’s important to you, what’s going well and what we could be doing better.”

    From 3 to 15 August, the independent survey provider will conduct the telephone survey using the details collected and also contacting additional residents at random from across the Local Government Area.

    “If you’re approached by the survey provider for your contact details or are contacted at random, please take the time to have your say and contribute to this important project,” Mr Knight said.

    The survey is conducted every two years, with the 2017 survey the first since the adoption of the new Community Strategic Plan 2040 - Wagga View.

    “The Community Survey is an important tool in measuring Council’s performance as well as how we have performed as a community against the priorities identified in Wagga View,” Mr Knight said.

    “The survey also plays a vital role in planning for the future, with the responses informing Council’s strategic planning, how resources are allocated and the service levels that are provided to the community.”

    Residents who are not selected for the random survey can still have their say by completing it online before 20 August. The survey results will be published in November.

    From Tarcutta to Tolland and Glenfield to Galore – we want to hear from you.

    No matter where you live in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area, residents will be able to share their thoughts in the 2017 Community Survey.

    The survey is undertaken by an independent research provider, with random phone interviews to take place next month.

    “The Community Survey gives you the opportunity to have your say on a wide range of Council services,” General Manager Robert Knight said.

    “You’ll be able to highlight what’s important to you, what’s going well and what we could be doing better.”

    From 3 to 15 August, the independent survey provider will conduct the telephone survey using the details collected and also contacting additional residents at random from across the Local Government Area.

    “If you’re approached by the survey provider for your contact details or are contacted at random, please take the time to have your say and contribute to this important project,” Mr Knight said.

    The survey is conducted every two years, with the 2017 survey the first since the adoption of the new Community Strategic Plan 2040 - Wagga View.

    “The Community Survey is an important tool in measuring Council’s performance as well as how we have performed as a community against the priorities identified in Wagga View,” Mr Knight said.

    “The survey also plays a vital role in planning for the future, with the responses informing Council’s strategic planning, how resources are allocated and the service levels that are provided to the community.”

    Residents who are not selected for the random survey can still have their say by completing it online before 20 August. The survey results will be published in November.