Fenland residents can tell the district council how it should spend their money in the next three years.
The council has just launched its annual consultation to help decide its future priorities.
The questionnaire it has produced lists 10 priorities and asks people to rank which are the most and least important to them.
The priorities cover a wide range of services including: street cleaning, help for local businesses, reducing crime and anti-social behaviour and protecting Fenland’s most vulnerable residents.
Residents can suggest how much impact it would have on them or their families if particular services were reduced and suggest how they could help the council deliver its key services.
All responses must be returned to the council by February 9.
The questionnaire is available for Whittlesey residents at the library’s community hub in Market Street as well as at Fenland Hall, County Road, March.
The questionnaire can be completed online at www.fenland.gov.uk/yourviews2015.