The public is invited to come and speak to Council staff at the Church Street Rotunda this Monday 10 February about any questions they might have in regards to Council-driven drought initiatives and water restrictions.

Dubbo Regional Council has partnered with Service NSW to bring a mobile service van and staff from each agency to talk to the public about their needs.

Manager Customer Experience Caitlin Colliver says Council staff will be at the rotunda for the first day people can apply for the latest round of water saving rebates.

“If people are unsure about how to apply for the new rebates available for dual-flush toilets, pool covers, and tanks, Council staff will be on hand to walk you through the process, and help submit those applications. Just make sure you check the eligibility criteria on the website to ensure you can claim the rebate. The rebates are a great way to support local businesses of the Dubbo Region,” Ms Colliver said.

Council staff will also be able to help businesses with their Water Saving Action Plans (WSAP), to ensure they’re complying with water restrictions, or if they’d like to make any changes to their WSAPs.

Some other services Council staff will be able to assist with are:

  • Water restriction information

  • Water Saving Action Plans

  • Litres for the Land initiative

  • Drought Relief Keys

  • Any other grants or rebates we currently offer

  • Answering any council related questions.

Staff will be at the Rotunda alongside the Service NSW Service Centre bus from 9am, and will be there until 4pm.

Eftpos and computer facilities will also be available for Service NSW customers. For more information, visit:

You can also visit Council’s Drought Hub for more information about rebates and water restrictions:

Last Edited: 10 Feb 2020

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