2040 -YOUR IDEAS, YOUR PLACE, OUR PLAN

Share your ideas for a draft 2040 Community Strategic Plan

Dubbo Regional Council wants the community to put forward their ideas about their long-term priorities for the region to be incorporated in the new draft 2040 Community Strategic Plan.

The purpose of this Plan is to look well into the future and consider what is needed over the next 20 years or more to make the region a great place to live, work and play.

There is still time to share your ideas and priorities to help develop the draft 2040 Plan.

  • Complete this short ideas questionnaire – this will take no more than five minutes of your time
  • Submit a general comment in the form below
  • Complete a sector specific survey below
Developers Forum

As part of Council's recent development forum ideas and priorities for the long-term future of Dubbo from the Development Sector were discussed.

Add information on the challengers, ideas and priorities from the Development sector point of view in this questionnaire.

Sector specific feedback

Workshops were also held to discuss issues and ideas that affect particular groups in the community. You can contribute ideas about specific sectors by completing a short survey using the links below.

Business
Development
Education
Environment
Government Agencies
Health
Transport

Community Summits

Community Summits were held in Dubbo and Wellington to generate new ideas and priorities for making sure your place continues to be a great place to live, work and play.

If you were unable to attend one of the summits you can still contribute but submitting a general comment in the form below.

What is a Community Strategic Plan?
Read more about Council's strategic planning process including the Community Strategic Plan here

Public submission

Please provide your details and complete the following form to submit your feedback on the Community Strategic Plan.

Are you submitting this form on behalf of a business or organisation?* - required
Mandatory field(s) marked with *

Last Edited: 28 Jul 2017

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