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In 2013, we worked with you to identify your priorities for the future of our community and as a result, Moree Plains 2035 Community Strategic Plan was endorsed. This has guided us over the last 4 years.
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With a new Council, it’s now time to revisit our vision and long-term goals and objectives to make sure they remain relevant – leading us to develop our new Community Strategic Plan:

Moree Plains 2027 - Your Shire. The Plan. Our Future.

This Plan essentially addresses four key questions for the community:

  • Where are we now?
  • Where do we want to be in 10 years’ time?
  • How will we get there?
  • How will we know we’ve arrived?

Help us shape the priorities for the future of Moree Plains Shire:

Community Workshops


20 March 2017


Retail Sector

For Retail Businesses (incl. Main Street) Cafés, Restaurants, Pubs

21 March 2017
7.30am      Agricultural Sector
For Farmers, Agronomists, Grain Handlers, Stock & Station Agents
Midday Government Agencies
For State and Federal agencies and other government funded bodies

Industrial Sector

For commercial and industrial businesses and suppliers

22 March 2017

Professional Services

For real estate agents, accountants, solicitors, financial planners, insurers

6pm Education

For preschool and daycare directors, school principals and teachers, P&C members, interested parents and community members


23 March 2017

7.30am Health

For health professionals and health sector participants

Place: Moree Plains Shire Council, Committee Room, Level 1, Max Centre, 30 Heber Street, Moree

Participants: Open invitation to all community members

RSVP: Contact Council on 02 6757 3222 or email 8   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Written submissions:
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Moree Plains Shire Council is continuing with inspections, risk assessment and maintenance of the sewer manholes throughout Moree to assess the condition of these assets.


The sewer assessments are being done as part of Council’s asset management strategy to better understand the overall condition of the sewerage mains. It allows Council, through the use of closed circuit television (CCTV), to identify issues and maintenance requirements and therefore, prioritise resources across the network to provide reliable sewerage infrastructure for the community.


By adopting a more strategic approach to maintenance we will reduce unplanned maintenance requests including after-hours call outs and the associated inconvenience for community members. In addition, by undertaking maintenance activities on a more planned basis, the overall annual maintenance cost of these assets will reduce over time.


Council’s Water Services Manager, Roland Heatley explained the asset management initiatives are a proactive management measure.


“Some of the asset management initiatives we are currently implementing will provide us with a better snapshot of the overall condition of the sewerage mains in Moree. This will identify issues with the lines earlier so a bit of maintenance intervention will avoid the need for a full renewal,” said Mr Heatley.


Residents can rest assure that the investigation and cleaning work will not impact on services to homes or businesses.


Traffic and pedestrian access will be managed to allow work to proceed. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.





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