North Lanarkshire Council's three-year savings programme of £62.4m has been analysed and the report suggests the cuts were made in line with feedback from residents and staff.
The report into The Way Ahead - the biggest consultation in North Lanarkshire's history - will be presented to local area committees next week.
More than 3000 individuals responded to the options for budget cuts, with that number rising to 14,000 when petitions were taken into account.
The area has a total population of 337,800, giving a response rate of 4%. But taking into account only people aged 18 and over, the figure is 6%.
The council made its decisions on the three-year programme in February this year and, from the £105m of available options, took £62.4m of savings.
Each option was scored on the basis of disagreement from those who responded to the consultation and the analysis shows that the council rejected 18 of the 20 'most disagreed with' savings options.
The options included proposals to close two residential care homes, reducing school transport limits and stopping school breakfast clubs.
The council accepted 17 of the 20 'most agreed with' options, including ceasing the £15 Christmas gift to older people and decreasing the number of garden waste collections from 18 to 16.
Councillor Jim McCabe, leader of North Lanarkshire Council, said: "We were absolutely clear from the outset that we would take people's view into account and we tried to do that where possible.
"That's why I'm pleased to see this analysis of the savings as it proves the value of consultation."