A questionnaire is to be released to residents to share their opinions on a range of topics about Aberdeen.
The City Voice survey used to only go out to 1,400 people on the Citizen Panel, but due to its success it now been opened to any resident over the age of 16.
Typically the survey is carried out once or twice a year to help shape policy, measure performance and plan future service delivery at the city council.
The survey focuses on different topics or themes each year and often is about food security, community, transport, health and activity.
City Voice is run by the Community Planning Aberdeen Partnership, which includes Aberdeen City Council, Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
If anyone is interest on joining the panel please email email@example.com.