Council and Sue Hodges Productions (SHP) are seeking further public input as they prepare the design for the city's new archives.
The archives will be moved to a new purpose-built home in the basement and ground floor of Council's Administrative Centre thanks to $3.4 million in funding from the BHP Billiton Foundation (BHPBF).
The funding will also cover the digitisation of the historic collection, the establishment of an online museum, new equipment, and the employment of an Archives Specialist to lead the service into the future.
Internal workshops and a public consultation session have already been held to inform the initial design stages, and that engagement process is now being expanded with two surveys.
A survey is available in the foyer of Council's Administrative Centre to allow members of the public to give feedback on the customer service area, while another survey will be conducted to gain input around the archives.
"We want to make sure we get a broad range of feedback throughout the design process," said SHP Director, Sue Hodges.
"We'd encourage everyone to have their say on what they'd like to see for the future of the archives."
The archives survey can be found online here, while hard copies are also available at the Charles Rasp Memorial Library, Archives, and Administrative Centre.
The survey opens today and will run until close of business 5 May.