Survey: What improvements would you like to see on Council's website?

Hawkesbury City Council is creating a new website and asking for community feedback through a public survey.

The online survey is open until 5pm on Tuesday, June 11, through the Your Hawkesbury Your Say link at

Online: Council is asking for feedback to help develop a new website.

Online: Council is asking for feedback to help develop a new website.

Through the survey, Council would like to know how you use its website, how often, what you like about the website, and what you would like to see on the new website.

The survey asks participants what areas they use on Council's website, including: Companion Animal Shelter information, Development Application tracking, Council contact information, Pile burning, Zoning maps, Waste Collection and Kerbside Cleanup collection, camping and Parks and Recreation information, news and events, jobs, council meetings, booking council facilities, and more.

Hawkesbury Mayor, Barry Calvert, said community feedback would help Council enhance the online experience for users.

"People may be looking for Library, Museum or Gallery information, booking camp sites, seeking animals to adopt, finding out about community consultation or simply paying their rates," Councillor Calvert said.

"Our website is also a trusted source of information during times of local emergencies such as flood or fire, even if it is just about finding the correct link to the Rural Fire Service, State Emergency Service or other community groups; we know that many people access Council's website with a specific purpose in mind.

"Since we are making improvements and creating a new website, we would like feedback from community members and website users about our website so that we can enhance your online experience."