• 2040 - YOUR IDEAS, YOUR PLACE, OUR PLAN - A draft 2040 Community Strategic Plan is taking shape with community ideas and long-term priorities for the region to be incorporated in the new draft 2040 Community Strategic Plan
  • Bultje Street Tree Replacement Project - An audit of street trees, conducted as part of Council’s Street Tree Strategy, has presented an opportunity to not only improve the tree canopy, but also employ a planting and watering strategy that will ensure the long-term sustainability of the new tree.
  • Community will be kept informed of changes to bin service - Council’s Manager of Solid Waste Mark Giebel said that residents will receive plenty of information on the expansion of the Domestic Waste Service before it commences in July.
  • Domestic Waste Management - What you need to know about the expansion of Council’s Domestic Waste Management service, commonly referred to as the two bin and three bin service.
  • Dubbo Airport upgrades for the future - Dubbo City Regional Airport is undergoing multi-million dollar upgrades funded by the NSW government.
  • Major Project Funding - Dubbo Regional Council received a major boost with millions of dollars in funding from the State Government announced on 7 August by Dubbo MP Troy Grant.
  • Know Your Rates - All the answers you need for the who, what, when, where and why of General Rate charges.
  • Regional Organics Processing Plant - View a live feed of the construction of the regional organics processing plant which will take all food and garden organics collected in the 'three bin' service diverting this waste from landfill.
  • South Dubbo Weir Rock Ramp and Fishway - This is a major community safety project that will also benefit native fish stock between Dubbo and Burrendong Dam.
  • 2017/2018 swimming season - Find out the new opening times, ticket entry details and more for the Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre, Wellington Pool and Geurie Memorial Pool.
  • Wingewarra Street Redevelopment - Dubbo Regional Council is significantly redeveloping Wingewarra Street between Darling and Gipps Streets to renew aging infrastructure and improve public amenities.

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