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Denbighshire County Council is encouraging the county’s residents, or those working in the county to have their say on the services provided by the authority.

A residents survey has been launched where it asks people to rate the quality of services provided by the Council, as well as feedback on how people feel about Denbighshire and their local area.

To take part and have your say, please visit:

Councillor Julie Matthews, Cabinet Lead Member for Corporate Strategy, Policy and Equality, said: “The residents survey is one of a number of ways of capturing people’s thoughts about how we work as a Council, as well as what people think about life in Denbighshire and in their local area.

“The results from the survey will be used to help us improve services that are important to residents, as well as monitor the progress of our Corporate Plan”.

The online survey will be open until 27 February, 2023 and paper copies will be available in Denbighshire Libraries and One Stop Shops.

To read the Council’s current Corporate Plan, please visit the Corporate Plan page.


Published on: 10 November 2022