FALMOUTH — Town residents want more sidewalks and trails for biking and walking, but they don’t want to expand municipal services, according to the 2011 Comprehensive Plan Survey.

The results of the six-week survey, conducted online and in writing in May and June, were presented to the Town Council on Monday. The data will be used to update the town’s comprehensive plan.

The survey tallied 1,077 responses. Assuming each response is unique, the results represent about 10 percent of the town’s population.

Respondents said they want the town to prudently manage taxes and spending for infrastructure and schools. They also want to manage economic growth to preserve Falmouth’s small-town feel.

They want to pursue development of a town center, possibly near Route 1, to create a stronger sense of community. They also want to develop smaller zoning districts that more closely relate to current neighborhoods and allow small-scale commercial development such as corner stores.

Read complete survey results posted on the Long Range Planning Advisory Committee’s page on the town’s website, www.town.falmouth.me.us.