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  • Moree Community Library - Program Packs are Back and New Activity Kits Available to Loan

    The Moree Community Library is starting a new chapter when it comes to library programs, this term offering members mail out program packs and new activity kits to loan.

    This term, popular mail out program packs - Colouring Club and Brain Training - will return while new activity kits will be available for a 14-day loan period to junior library members.

  • EOI Moree Civic Precinct Redevelopment Project Reference Group

    Moree Plains Shire Council is calling for Expressions of Interest from local community members to join the Moree Civic Precinct Redevelopment Project Reference Group, with submissions due Wednesday, 5 August 2020.

    Council has two positions vacant for community members to be a part of the Reference Group who will be asked to provide input, advice and expertise to the Project Team about the range of upgrades to the facility being key arts and cultural infrastructure elements required for an effective multi-use facility.

  • Bulky Waste Collection – Register Now - Moree Collection Closing Friday 31 July at 4pm

    The next Bulky Waste collection is in the coming weeks, providing residents with a free and easy way to dispose of large household items.

    Remember:

    • For Moree township and surrounding areas (Gurley, Gwydirville and Bendygleet), registration closes at 4.00pm Friday 31 July 2020, for collection starting Monday 3 August 2020.

    • For villages (Ashley, Biniguy, Boggabilla, Boomi, Garah, Mungindi, Pallamallawa, Vitonga Road, Weemelah and Yarraman), registration closes at 4.00pm Friday 7 August 2020 for collection starting Monday 10 August 2020.
  • Qantaslink Service Sydney to Moree Continuing Until 2022

    Last night The Hon. Paul Toole, Minister for Regional Transport and Roads touched down in Moree announcing the NSW Government’s decision to extend QantasLink’s air transport licence until March 2022.

    Qantaslink Service Sydney to Moree Continuing Until 2022The Sydney to Moree air route is an imperative service to the Plains, connecting our community to the city and aiding in the support of our tourism and rural economy.

  • Half Way Point of Installation Smart Water Meters

    The installation of the smart water meters across the Shire has reached half way with 1850 of residence now fitted with a new smart water meter reader.

    The smart water meter readers offer residents greater control over their water consumption by providing access to regular and automatic readings of their water usage while also alerting residents to high levels of usage and potential leaks.

  • Lifting Water Restrictions - Boggabilla and Mungindi

    The current water restrictions in place for Boggabilla and Mungindi will be lifted as of today, Tuesday 7 July 2020.

    The drop in temperature and regular rainfall has resulted in an increase in dam and river levels prompting Moree Plains Shire Council to re-evaluate the water restrictions in place in Boggabilla and Mungindi.

  • Now Open in Moree Plains

    COVID-20 Community Update 20

    Consistent with the NSW Government’s Public Health Orders, COVID Safe Plans are being implemented by Moree Plains Shire Council in order to safety reopen various facilities throughout the Plains.

    Details of the facilities which are now open are detailed below:

  • The Correct Way to Pay Your Bills

     

    Paying Your Rates or Water Bill Online

    Ratepayers are asked to be mindful when paying their Rates or Water Bill online that they record their assessment number as the ‘reference’ when making their online payment.

    The assessment number allows the accounts department to assign the payment against your account. Failure to record your assessment number as the reference may result in your payment being unallocated.

    Your unique assessment number is located in the in the middle of your assessment notice along with the Issue Date and Due Date.

    Paying your Rates or Water Bill Via BPay

    When using BPAY as your preferred method of payment, please ensure that you use the corresponding biller code relating to the bill of payment.

    ‘Water Assessment Notices’ and’ Rates Notices’ have a different billing code, therefore the money will be assigned against the provided billing code and not necessary against the bill you have chosen to pay.

    How Do I Find A Biller Code?

    Just look for the distinctive BPAY symbol on your bill located at the bottom right of your notice.

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