People living in part of Worcestershire are being asked what services a council should cut as it looks to save almost £2m next year.
Wyre Forest District Council says it can't continue to provide the same number or quality of services it has in the past if it's to balance its budget.
To carry on with the same services, it says it would need a budget of £12.3m in 2020 and it only has £10.5m.
A drop in government funding's being blamed by the authority which adds it only gets 12p out of every pound collected in council tax.
Residents are being asked for their views via a survey which is running until 18 November.