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This survey contains questions which are vital for us to understand residents’ desires and priorities.

Understanding our residents’ requirements is crucial for the RRVA to formulate strategies and prioritise areas of focus. This in turn will ensure that we implement initiatives that are aimed at meeting the needs of our suburb.

To maximise the effectiveness of this survey, it is critical that all residents provide feedback to ensure that our strategies are representative of the overall community.

In order for the Board of directors to finalise the strategies for 2020, your valuable feedback is required by 04 February 2020.

At the end of the survey, we have made provision for you to include your personal details. We encourage you to complete this optional section as it would assist us in our overall analysis and any future security related enhancements.

The information collected from this survey will only be used for RRVA information purposes and will not be divulged to any third parties. All personal information will be used and stored in accordance with the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act.

6 Replies to “Security survey”

  1. Karen Koufis says:

    RRVA can be effective however requires STRONG management and execution for service delivery.

    • Webmaster says:

      Thank you for the comment Karen, and we totally agree. This is what the new board is setting out to do. All the directors volunteer their time, away from families and their professions – More assistance is always welcomed! Please read the following with regard to nomination for directors

    • Cory Schmitz says:

      Definitely agree! And even more so, which people often forget — it requires collective pride in the neighborhood without the incessant internal squabbling and finger pointing. More action by the RESIDENTS and less complaining without doing anything to help the situation. Unfortunately, this is a problem in every neighborhood.

      The RRVA fee is a tiny price to pay, and still less than half the residents pay it. It’s hardly enough to do much at all in a neighborhood of this size, and it is a tiny fraction of what people would be required pay in a secure estate (speaking from experience). And here, we aren’t even required to pay it in order to receive the benefits.

      Anything we can do to garner more support for the neighborhood as a whole is a step in the right direction.

  2. Roslyn Hattingh says:


  3. Debbie Kienle says:

    I think we need “independent” individuals without any business interest to work through the questionnaire. We have not compared the service of other previous suppliers that were ineffective to say the least. What I think is more important is the transparency of how the RRVA spends our subscriptions.

    I also do not think it is fair that the non paying members have as much weight as they are given!!!! If you’re unhappy, get your hands dirty, don’t be a sideline critique! I have been on many committees from school PRC to Boy Scouts to international Organizations to local philanthropic organizations and the one thing that irritates me more than anything is that the same old same old people always get involved, yet the rest always complain!!!!

    I think that this is the 2nd time I’m completing this questionnaire and I’m sure some of the questions have changed?

    • Webmaster says:

      Thank you for completing this. We are consulting with an independent party to review these figures, and will also involve external consultants to form our strategy going ahead.

      By involving the entire community our aim is to make non-members aware of the multiple services that RRVA brings to the area, and – enlist more support to grow our membership so that we may roll out more services like booms etc.

      The form has not changed from when it was 1st published – we have only extended the deadline to get more feedback… Thank you!

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