Cyngor Gwynedd seeks local people's opinions on priorities for the next five years
Cyngor Gwynedd is keen to hear local people's views on the Council's Plan 2023-28, which sets out the authority's vision and goals across a range of service areas.
The Council's Plan includes a number of ambitious projects, for example transforming early years education, securing suitable homes for local people, redesigning care services and responding positively to the climate change crisis.
The Council's aim is to deliver these projects between 2023 and 2028, but before adopting the plan the Council is keen get residents’ input.
Cyngor Gwynedd Leader, Councillor Dyfrig Siencyn, said: "We are determined to continue to provide the best possible services to the people of Gwynedd, but we will need to be flexible and resourceful as we are also facing very significant financial cuts over the coming years.
"The aim of this plan is to ensure that we focus our efforts and resources on projects which will help the people of Gwynedd the most.
"So that we get a full picture of the needs of our residents, I encourage any individual, organisation or community who uses Cyngor Gwynedd’s services to take advantage of the opportunity to share their views."
All the comments presented will be carefully considered before Councillors decide on the Council's Plan for 2023-28 at the Full Council meeting in the new year.
You can have your say by completing a short online questionnaire at: www.gwynedd.llyw.cymru/CouncilPlanConsultation
Paper copies of the questionnaire will also be available in your library and local Siop Gwynedd offices. To receive a paper copy by post, contact the Council on e-mail email@example.com or call 01766 771000.
The consultation is open until 3 January, 2023.