Residents in Hull are being asked to share their views on waste and recycling services.
A new survey is asking residents about their thoughts on the local authority’s bulky items collection service, household waste recycling centres and the household waste and information packs.
The feedback will be used to help shape future strategies to improve these areas.
Those who take part are also entered into a prize draw to win a high street shopping voucher worth up to £250.
Councillor Stephen Brady, Leader of Hull City Council, said: “It is important that we have a local, more detailed understanding about how the services we operate are directly affecting our residents.
“The feedback from residents will assist the council when making local decisions and will also give residents the chance to help influence local decision-making.”
A second survey is also being carried out by the People’s Panel Vox Pop series, a sister to the People’s Panel.
The Vox Pop survey explore social attitudes, social norms, opinions and behaviours of local people. It asks residents what they think about life, what matters, their purpose in life, material possessions or time, organ donation and care at home.
Both surveys close on Monday 9 November.