Suffolk County Council has asked residents to identify their key issues as it looks at ways to cut spending by £42million.
As part of a county-wide survey running until January 8, people will have the opportunity to answer a range of questions that will help shape the council’s future spending plans.
Jenny Antill, county councillor for Cosford and cabinet member for resource management, said: “When there is such pressure on funding, it is important that we understand what is a priority for residents, before we take decisions on spending plans for the coming year.
“There are difficult decisions to be taken but we are working hard to make sure that we minimise the impact to services on which people rely.”
For more information, including access to the online survey, go to www.suffolk.gov.uk/consultations.