Do you know all the different things Surrey County Council does?
Published: 22 November 2019
How much do we spend on each service?
The Council spent around £1.7bn this year on vital services for residents.
Roads, countryside, schools, elderly care, mental health support, libraries, firefighters, registrars, community recycling centres, gritting, street lighting, special educational needs, transport to school, safeguarding vulnerable adults and children, trading standards, early help for families, foster care… the Council is responsible for all this and more.
The council is due to set its budget for 2020/21 early next year.
Ahead of that, it's important to hear residents' views about what your priorities are and how you think we should spend the money we get through council tax and other means.
By taking the short survey, you can see where we get our money from, how it's currently spent, and let us know where you think budgets should be increased, maintained or decreased. Visit the Surrey Says Your Priorities 2019 webpage. Closing date 20 December 2019.
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