Views on everything from rubbish collections to job opportunities and anti-social behaviour are being sought from Wyre residents.
Wyre Council is looking to find out what people think about the borough to help shape services in neighbourhoods in its biennial survey, Life In Wyre.
Leader of Wyre Council, Coun Peter Gibson, said: “We want to hear about what we’re doing well and how we can improve.”
Responses to the last survey called for more to be done about fly-tipping, dog fouling and littering, which has seen environmental crime made a top priority and an online reporting tool set up.
A sample of 3,000 residents across the borough have been sent a survey in the post and anyone can complete the survey online at wyre.gov.uk/lifeinwyre