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2023 Wellbeing Survey – tell the City of Sydney how you feel

The City of Sydney has launched its 2023 Wellbeing Survey, and says it would love to hear from those who live, work or study in the local area.

The anonymous survey covers themes from feelings of safety, financial security, local area satisfaction (including educational opportunities and access to parks), community engagement, accommodation and much more.

The City’s last Wellbeing Survey ran in 2018. Given how much has changed since then, it is important for community members take part in 2023.

Your feedback will help the council to understand what it’s like to live the City of Sydney and better plan services and programs to meet the needs of everyone in the community.

The survey can be accessed at city.sydney/wellbeing  and is in a number of languages.

Paper surveys can be found at City of Sydney libraries and community centres, or are available on request research@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au or by calling 02 9265 9333.

The survey closes on August 31, 2023.

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