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1. Do you see (or read) Council news and event information …

  Yes-often Yes-sometimes No Don’t receive Don’t use this
In Council advertisements in the Bayside Leader newspaper
In our Let’s Talk Bayside council magazine
In a letter/flyer in your mailbox
On the Bayside Council website
On the Bayside Council Facebook page
Other community groups' Facebook pages

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2. Do you get your news about local events and important community issues, from other sources? Please let us know where you hear about these:

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3. How would you prefer to be kept informed about the following topics and events?

  SMS/texts Let’s Talk Bayside magazine Email updates on topics I choose Bayside Leader newspaper Social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) Council stall at local shops Letter/flyer in my mailbox Council website
Community events/festivals coming up
Updates on major construction projects
What Councillors are doing
What state/federal government decisions Council is trying to influence
Details about new/improved Council services
Opportunities to have your say or provide feedback
State/federal government decisions impacting Bayside
How rates are being spent
Projects or improvements in your local neighbourhood
Explanation of important Council decisions

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4. Council sometimes sends residents a letter and/or flyer in the mail, advising them of construction works or community consultations involving local facilities (parks, Council buildings). 

In which of the following circumstances would you require Council to notify you by mail?

  Required Preferred Not Required
Any disruption or change planned for the front of/next door to my property
Any disruption or change planned for my street/road
Any major disruption or change planned for my suburb
How you can have your say about potential changes to parks/buildings in/around my street
How you can have your say about potential changes to the larger parks or Council buildings in my suburb
How you can have your say about potential changes to my local shopping centre/village
How you can have your say about the actions proposed in a Council plan or strategy

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5. Which statement best describes your level of interest in Bayside Council?

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6. Which statement best describes your connection to Bayside Council?

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7. And a few details about you.. what is your age group?

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8. And your gender?

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9. Which category best describes your household?

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10. What is your residential postcode?

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