Erin wants feedback as it prepares for budget

ERIN – The Town of Erin has posted an online survey it hopes residents will fill out as staff and council begin to prepare the 2021 budget.

The survey is live until Sept. 8, officials say, and residents’ opinions will help inform the budget process.

The survey includes questions about the resident and attitudes towards taxes and what they should cover.

It asks about the impact of COVID-19 on household budgets and asks residents to prioritize spending and comment on the state of roads and sidewalks; playground enhancements and which parks should have them; and the way the town communicates with residents.

It also asks about emergency services, recreation programs, planning and economic development and a host of questions that broadly cover the services provided by the town.

The survey can be found at Officials say it takes about 10 minutes to complete.

Hard copies are available at the municipal office upon request.