One month left to have your say on council services

Press ReleaseUpdated: 1 March 2024Consultations

Residents still have time to have their say on council services across Three Rivers district by taking part in a key survey of local opinion.

Three Rivers District Council residents’ survey is open for one more month – and the results will help the council make informed decisions over the future of its services.

The annual residents’ survey – which will close on 31 March – gives people the opportunity to have their say on the services they receive from their district council. Views are being sought from all residents aged 16 and over.

Anyone who takes part in the survey online will also be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win one of three £60 vouchers for Watersmeet in Rickmansworth.

Cllr Sarah Nelmes, the Council Leader, said: “The clock is now ticking. This is a great opportunity to give direct feedback on the council, the services we provide and the way we provide them. If you want to raise an issue with us, or give feedback about any service we provide, then please do take part in the survey today by clicking on our Have Your Say platform.”

The district council provides a variety of services ranging from benefits, community safety, planning and housing needs to leisure services, parks and green spaces, public health and protection and waste and recycling collections.

The residents’ survey opened on 7 February. If you would like more information on the survey contact or call 01923 776611.

To complete the survey and to read full terms and conditions, follow this link:

Paper copies are available from the Visitor Centre at Three Rivers House and at the Healthy Hubs.