Five months after the Kyle City Council approved funding and a contract with ZenCity for a community engagement tool, the city of Kyle has officially rolled it out as of Feb. 6 with a survey ready for residents to participate in.

ZenCity works to connect residents and community members with local governments and government officials through engagement platforms.

The survey asks people who live and work in Kyle many aspects about their experience with the city including quality of life, affordability, health care services, education and more, according to a press release.

"The tool will enable the city leadership to more holistically understand local neighborhood issues and enhance their responsiveness to community priorities," the release stated.

Residents can click here for the survey; the survey will also be promoted to residents via social media ads in various locations, according to the city of Kyle website.

After the city receives a certain amount of responses, it will share the results. All responses are anonymous, and the survey does not collect any personal information that could identify an individual, according to the city website.