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Published on 16 November 2021

Tell us what you really think

The City of Onkaparinga’s 2021 Community Survey is now open, giving you the chance to tell council what matters to you, so it can plan for the future.

The survey is a key way council asks residents what life is like in Onkaparinga, how connected you feel to your community, how you feel about climate change and the environment, your thoughts on the local economy, how you stay active, and more.

This is your chance to tell council how you feel about things such as:

  • your local neighbourhood and community
  • how easy you to find it to get around
  • how accessible services and healthcare are to you
  • how you use and enjoy open spaces and sporting facilities
  • local arts and events
  • waste and recycling
  • libraries
  • things council should focus on.

Your answers give council a snapshot of what’s important about living here, providing invaluable insights into what matters to Onkaparinga communities.

This helps council plan for the future of the region—for example: the survey includes specific climate change-related questions, with the answers to help to help inform the areas of action in the council’s draft Climate Change Response Plan.

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes and closes on Tuesday 7 December.

All responses remain confidential and the results will be represented at the city-wide level only, without any personally identifying information.

Head to City of Onkaparinga’s Your Say page and tell council what matters to you now.