Logan City Council goes out to residents to ask how to make the place safer

Logan City Council wants to find out from residents how it can make the community safer.

It also wants to know how safe people feel in their city.

ON DUTY: Council officers and police get together to tackle community crime.

ON DUTY: Council officers and police get together to tackle community crime.

It wants community feedback to develop and prioritise its community safety and crime prevention programs.

The annual Safe City Logan Community Survey will be open from August 17 until September 13.

The Logan district has had a run of minor crime, with a major police crackdown on hoons and various road offences.

Residents can access the survey link via council's website logan.qld.gov.au.

Cr Laurie Koranski said understanding community concerns was vital in developing public safety strategies.

"As part of the survey, we will be keen to understand community sentiment on council's various safety programs," Cr Koranski said.

"The survey will also seek feedback from residents on how safe they feel in various places in the City of Logan, as well as their suggestions on how to improve the safety of those public areas.

"I encourage everyone to take part and to help us form a good understanding of the safety requirements of our Logan community."

Those taking part must be 12 years or over.

For more information on the survey, phone council's community services branch on 3412 4608 or email safecity@logan.qld.gov.au