Residents have the chance to influence Wychavon's future priorities by taking part in a new survey.
The Wychavon Residents' Survey gives people across the district an opportunity to say what really matters to them and what they think of local services.
Feedback will be used to help Wychavon decide where to focus its resources over the next four years as it updates its corporate strategy. The strategy sets out priority projects designed to tackle key issues facing the district.
More than 400 people have filled in the survey already since it was launched on the 8 September.
The survey takes about 15 to 20 minutes to complete but progress can be saved so it can be completed in stages. Cllr Bradley Thomas, Leader of Wychavon District Council, said:
"We really want to hear from as many people as possible as what our residents think really matter to us. We're particularly keen to hear from those under 45 to ensure the views of residents of all ages are represented.
"If there's something you think we should be doing more of or something you would like to see improved then this is your opportunity to tell us and have a real influence on our decision-making over the next four years."