Quality of Life Survey

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How's Life?
Kei te pēhea tōu ao?
过得怎么样?
Como vai a vida?
元気にしてますか?


The second annual Quality of Life Survey is here and we want to know how's life in our district?

For this year’s survey we have worked with partners, such as the District Health Board, to ensure that the questions we are asking will be useful in developing better public services. We will bring all partners together to discuss the results of the survey, as well as develop specific actions.

Open to all members of our community 18 years and over (not just ratepayers), this is a chance for you to provide feedback on key issues from the comfort of your home.

Let us know how you feel about key issues such as housing, health services, the environment, transport, growth and more.

By taking part you can help guide Council and social service decisions, and what issues should be prioritised. It's also a great opportunity to let us know what you love about this beautiful part of the world!

You can also opt into the prize draw to win one of four $250 Prezzy cards or one of two family passes to the Christmas Show.

How to take part?

Click on the Survey link below and provide your responses before 5.00pm on 1 December 2019.

Your responses are completely anonymous and you cannot be identified from your results. The raw data can only be seen by a select few people who are directly involved in the research.

If you choose to provide your email address for the prize draws, your responses are not linked to what we can see when drawing the winners.

https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5280721/QLDC-Quality-of-Life-Survey-2019

What happened with last year's data?

Based on what you told us, several big issues were identified including a need to take climate action, provide more active transport options, and address a shortfall in maternity and healthcare.

Various projects have been prioritised based on the 2018 survey findings, such as drafting a climate action plan and holding discussions with the SDHB and Ministry of Health about access to health services. The 2019 Survey will build on the 2018 data and will also guide Council decisions including the next QLDC Ten Year Plan.

Check out the video at the top of this page to find out more about how the 2018 data has helped shape Council and social services decisions over the last year.


How's Life?
Kei te pēhea tōu ao?
过得怎么样?
Como vai a vida?
元気にしてますか?


The second annual Quality of Life Survey is here and we want to know how's life in our district?

For this year’s survey we have worked with partners, such as the District Health Board, to ensure that the questions we are asking will be useful in developing better public services. We will bring all partners together to discuss the results of the survey, as well as develop specific actions.

Open to all members of our community 18 years and over (not just ratepayers), this is a chance for you to provide feedback on key issues from the comfort of your home.

Let us know how you feel about key issues such as housing, health services, the environment, transport, growth and more.

By taking part you can help guide Council and social service decisions, and what issues should be prioritised. It's also a great opportunity to let us know what you love about this beautiful part of the world!

You can also opt into the prize draw to win one of four $250 Prezzy cards or one of two family passes to the Christmas Show.

How to take part?

Click on the Survey link below and provide your responses before 5.00pm on 1 December 2019.

Your responses are completely anonymous and you cannot be identified from your results. The raw data can only be seen by a select few people who are directly involved in the research.

If you choose to provide your email address for the prize draws, your responses are not linked to what we can see when drawing the winners.

https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5280721/QLDC-Quality-of-Life-Survey-2019

What happened with last year's data?

Based on what you told us, several big issues were identified including a need to take climate action, provide more active transport options, and address a shortfall in maternity and healthcare.

Various projects have been prioritised based on the 2018 survey findings, such as drafting a climate action plan and holding discussions with the SDHB and Ministry of Health about access to health services. The 2019 Survey will build on the 2018 data and will also guide Council decisions including the next QLDC Ten Year Plan.

Check out the video at the top of this page to find out more about how the 2018 data has helped shape Council and social services decisions over the last year.