Okotoks RCMP and Municipal Enforcement (OME) want to hear what you have to say.

They've launched an online survey and are planning a public safety open house regarding public safety and policing priorities.

Feedback from locals will help determine policing priorities for the next year.

The 17-question survey is split into sections covering OME and RCMP, with questions about which issues are of concern, and rankings of enforcement priorities.

An open house is also being held on March 21 at the Okotoks Recreation Centre.

Locals will have a chance to voice concerns and questions directly to local police and peace officers.

It's being held from 6-8 p.m.

The survey runs until March 27.