People in Wolverhampton are being urged to have their say in the council’s budget survey before it closes next week.

City of Wolverhampton Council launched a survey in December for residents and businesses to complete so it can understand what matters most to the people of the city.

Many people have already completed the survey and there is still time to take part. But time is running out as it ends on Wednesday 7 February at 11.59pm.

The responses gathered will be used to help shape the budget setting process for 2024-2025.

Councillor Louise Miles, Cabinet Member for Resources, said: “I encourage people to take this opportunity to have their say before the survey closes. 

“It is easy and quick to complete and by gathering these views we can set a budget for 2024-2025 that reflects their priorities.

“We recognise there are challenging times ahead so, to help us plan for the future, we really want to understand what matters most to residents and businesses in the city.”
The survey can be completed online at Your Priorities for Wolverhampton.

Postcard sized short surveys have been made available at the council’s Love Your Community meetings throughout January. They can also be completed at city libraries until Wednesday 7 February.