Over 2,300 residents have so far responded to a survey about services run by York Council but more people are being encouraged to come forward.
The Big York Survey is an opportunity for people to give feedback on services across the city. The council is encouraging residents to take part in the survey, which focuses on topics including York’s economy, communities, protecting vulnerable people, protecting the environment and travelling and transport in York.
The survey can be filled in online at www.york.gov.uk/bigyorksurvey before July 25.
Coun James Alexander, the council leader said: “I would encourage as many residents as possible to take part.”