Survey about CDC

Clutha residents have the opportunity to rate the performance of the Clutha District Council during a survey of residents being conducted this month.

The survey, which is being done by telephone on behalf of the council by Key Research, began yesterday and will run for two to three weeks.

Council senior policy analyst Larissa Brown said residents would be called at random on weeknights between the hours of 5pm and 9pm, and between 10am and 8pm on weekends.

They will be asked about a range of council services, including water, roading, wheelie bins, pools, parks and reserves, as well as the overall performance of the council. The survey is an opportunity for those contacted to express their views.

The telephone survey is expected to take about 10 minutes and results are expected to be available later this year.

The survey seeks to achieve a representation of residents across townships and rural areas of the district and across various age groups.

This is the seventh year the council has conducted a resident survey. Results from previous years are available on

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