Wakatipu residents have a week left to tell the Otago
Regional Council what they think of it in a region-wide
The survey to gauge awareness of the council and its
activities and how satisfied residents are with the services
it provides will run until April 28, carried out by
Tauranga-based Key Research Group.
A telephone survey of 900 people will be complemented by an
online survey, which can be completed
through the council's website.
Chief executive Peter Bodeker said the survey was the first
of its kind the council had embarked on.
It would focus on public understanding relating to the
council's role in the sustainable management of water, land,
air and public transport.
''We hope as many people as possible will complete the online
survey, because that will help us make decisions about
service provision, community engagement, communications, and
activity planning and implementation, and help us prioritise