Council is measuring what the Hawkesbury community ‘cares about the most’ in our town centres with a new survey launched today called the Care Factor Survey.
The survey will also measure where community members want to see improvements, according to the Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor Mary Lyons-Buckett.
“Hawkesbury City Council is passionate about improving our town centres and main streets, so we want to hear from our community about the future of our town centres,” the Mayor said.
“We want to know what our residents and business people care about in town centres, so please take the time to complete the survey to tell us your views “This is your chance for your voice to be heard; and yes, we are listening,” Councillor Lyons-Buckett said. “We’re hoping to understand what our community feels about our town centres.
“What makes this survey different is that the data you provide is like a ‘place census’. It will be used for multiple projects across the Hawkesbury,” she added.
“For this reason, it’s important that as many people as possible participate in the survey.
“Residents, workers, business owners, students from the Hawkesbury, as well as visitors to the region can participate – everyone is invited to have a say.”
People from across the Hawkesbury will be asked about the town centres of: Pitt Town Glossodia
The survey only takes approximately five minutes to complete, with all participants then in the running to win one of five $100 vouchers. The survey will close on Wednesday, 7 February 2018.
Visit www.placescore.org/hawkesbury to complete the survey.
For further information, please contact our friendly customer service staff on 4560 4444.