Stourbridge MP Suzanne Web has posted a survey to 26,000 homes asking residents questions about the pandemic recovery and what local people want her to focus on as their MP.
The nine-question Bounce Back Survey is now hitting doormats across the constituency.
It asks whether residents would like to see a police station back in Stourbridge, if they are likely to use their high streets following Covid and if they received government support during the pandemic.
Other questions include what campaigns are important such as better transport links, regenerating local areas, faster broadband or protecting the green belt.
“I really want to hear from the people of Stourbridge on what their priorities are as we start to recover from the pandemic,” said Suzanne.
“It’s really important I gather views about how we can improve our area, what I should focus on as the MP and where people think investment should take place.
“There are enormous opportunities for us here in Stourbridge as lockdown eases but challenges too, especially around jobs and better transport.
“The surveys should be coming through doors over the next week or two. Please take the time to fill it out and send it back. It won’t take much time and it will help me understand what local people want to happen in the months and years to come.”