Latrobe City Council encourages community members to complete a community satisfaction survey to provide feedback on the city’s presentation maintenance services, such as:
This service provides the community with safe access in and around the community through the maintenance of key infrastructure including:
- All roads and roadsides sealed and unsealed
- Oil changes
Maintenance of open spaces
The Open Space Maintenance service aims to improve the visual attractiveness, community well-being and tourism of the municipality through:
- Provide safe, accessible, appropriate and clean unorganized sport recreation spaces
- Downtown streetscapes to facilitate play, commerce and functional public spaces for the community
- Public furniture, parks and playgrounds BMX and skateboarding
Recreational liaison and maintenance of sports reserves
Offer sports and recreation and community stakeholders:
- External reserves
- Maintenance of sports surfaces
- Associated facilities and amenities
- Safe and appropriate spaces for outdoor sports and recreational activities
The survey results will help guide service planning in these areas and identify the needs currently being met. The Board is keen to hear what services the community is currently enjoying and what opportunities there are for improvement.
The survey can be completed at www.latrobe.vic.gov.au/Community_Satisfaction_Survey and hard copies will be available from the Council’s Customer Service Centres. Community members have until September 19 to respond to their survey.
Mayor of Latrobe City, Councilor Kellie O’Callaghan encouraged all members of the community to complete the short survey.
“The council is eagerly awaiting the results of the community satisfaction survey for our outdoor maintenance services. Our open spaces, roads and playgrounds are often at the heart of our community.
“Each survey will only take community members a few minutes, but will provide us with a wealth of information for our services. We look forward to reviewing feedback to get a clear picture of where our community likes and to understand where we can improve.
“It’s a way for our community to make its voice heard. I hope a lot of people can take the time to complete a survey,” said Cr. O’Callaghan.