PEOPLE in Sunderland still have time to air their views on the council and life in their communities through the North East Residents Survey.
Some 4,000 households from across Sunderland were randomly selected to take part, along with peopl from seven North East local authority areas.
Reminders are being sent to those yet to respond to ensure everyone gets involved.
The results of the survey will be used to see how well councils are doing at delivering services and to help decide what needs doing in the future.
The findings will be available later in the year.
Sunderland City Council leader Paul Watson said: “We hope everyone who has been invited to take part in this survey will do so, because the information they share will help influence decisions on how services are delivered.
“People have this valuable opportunity to share their views on everything from how they feel about the council to how they feel about life in their communities, which will suggest where we could all work together to make some improvements.”