People across the borough are being asked to help shape the way they access information about local activities and services online.
Dudley Council has today (September 10) launched an online survey asking people to comment on how they access information about activities, clubs, health services, childcare, family support or similar information in the Dudley borough.
The survey will help develop a new website, which will combine all of this information in one place.
The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and asks the public how they currently access this local information and what they like and dislike about any websites they currently use.
The information gathered will help Dudley Council work in a way that connects, supports and encourages local people to access up-to-date information online.
Councillor Ruth Buttery, cabinet member for health and wellbeing, said:
We want to support local people in accessing information about services, support, projects and local resources in the borough. It’s important that we can make this as easy as possible for residents, so a single website will help the public access the information they need.
We are keen to hear people’s thoughts on the development of this website, so I would encourage as many people as possible to contribute their views and complete this short survey.”