The deadline is fast approaching for residents of West Lindsey to have their say on council services and give their views on which services the council should prioritise.
Cuts in government grants to councils means the authority will need to find £3 million of savings over the next three years.
Now, they are asking residents to tell them what they feel about the current services and what they think the council’s priorities should be in the years ahead.
Following a series of engagement events, which have taken place over the summer, a questionnaire has been placed online.
“The online survey is an opportunity for residents who missed or couldn’t attend the events to give their views,” said a spokesman for West Lindsey District Council.
To take part in the survey go to http://survey.west-lindsey.gov.uk/snap/citizen_insight.htm
The survey is open until Monday, September 2.