CHETRE has conducted random household surveys of the Miller community since 1999. The first survey in 1999 was developed to assess community needs and service use for the Wellbeing in the Valley project, which later developed into a service known as The HUB Community Health Centre, managed and operated by South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) Primary and Community Health from 2000 to 2016. From 2002, four community surveys were conducted (2002, 2005, 2007 and 2010) to inform the Community 2168 project; a major community renewal and capacity building partnership that aimed to bring residents, government, business and community organisations together to improve services, facilities and opportunities for all people in the 2168 postcode area. Liverpool City Council, SWSLHD and the NSW Department of Family & Community funded the Community 2168 Project. The current planned survey will focus on: service usage and satisfaction with services; amenity and other community issues; trust solidarity and sense of community; perceptions, and experience of, crime and safety; perceptions of health and wellbeing; and perceptions of change in the community.