Shire of Exmouth Community Perceptions Survey

Over the next four weeks the Shire of Exmouth will conduct its first Community Perceptions Survey. This survey is part of the Shire's commitment to open and interactive engagement with the community and make informed decisions, as outlined in the Strategic Community Plan: Exmouth 2030.

This survey is a vital tool, providing Council with an important benchmarking tool and up-to-date information on community well-being and community priorities across a number of service areas.

While participation is voluntary, we strongly encourage all residents and rate payers to take 10 minutes to complete the survey.  Please complete the survey only once.

If you choose to participate in this survey you will be asked to answer a series of questions and provide feedback on a number of service areas. You will also be required to provide some basic demographic information. Your responses will be confidential and we do not collect identifying information.

Prize draw
To thank you for your participation, at the end of the survey you may choose to enter a prize draw to win one of six gift vouchers for local businesses. Any personal information collected at this time will only be used for the purposes of contacting the winner of the prize draw.

Privacy and Collection of data
We use SurveyMonkey for the collection, aggregation and analysis of survey data. Follow these links to access SurveyMonkey’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The Shire of Exmouth will not share any personal information provided in this survey with other data users/parties. 

If you have any information regarding anything mentioned above, please contact Manager Communications and Community, Amanda Fuery on 08 9949 3021.

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* 1. ELECTRONIC CONSENT: Please select your choice below.

By clicking on the "agree" button below you indicate that:

• you have ready the above information
• you voluntarily agree to participate

If you do not wish to participate in this survey, please decline participation by clicking on the "disagree" button.

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