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Community survey for South Gippsland Shire open for residents to feedback likes, challenges and priorities
South Gippsland Shire Council (Council) is undertaking research to help understand community needs.
Let the council know your likes, challenges and priorities for the community via the South Gippsland Community Survey. In contrast to the Community Vision which explores aspirations for the future, the Community Survey is seeking feedback on what residents are experiencing right now. Together these two pieces of work will provide a now and then picture of our local community.
The results from the survey will be used to inform the development of a community profile which will be used by councillors and council staff to guide policy, future planning, decision making, and strategy and program development
Complete the survey
A number of people have already been directly contacted as part of this survey. If you have received a direct invite through the mail or email, please complete that version of the survey (using your email link, direct access code or paper form).
Survey results will be used to create a regional profile that will be used to inform future planning, decision making, and program development. If you haven't received a direct invite, we welcome your participation in this 15-20 minute anonymous research by visiting the community survey page. The survey closes on 20 February.
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