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Bulky Waste period ends

Bulky WasteThis latest round of 'Bulky Waste Clean-up' has now ended. Please don't put any further material for collection outside your house.

In a few areas of Orange, the bulky-waste collections have taken longer than usual and are still continuing. Please call the council if you believe the collection at your address has been missed.

PALLIATIVE CARE PETITION :trees

Orange City Council is hosting a petition about the provision of palliative care at the Orange Health Service.

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PLANNING YOUR STAFF CHRISTMAS PARTY?

Lave the car home campaignIf you scored the job this year of organising the best ever Christmas party for your work colleagues, have you thought about getting them home safely? Sign up online for the 'Leave the Car Home' campaign and you're in the running to win a $500 boost to your party budget. There are also taxi vouchers to be given away. Register now.

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MID TERM IN REVIEWCivic Centre

Orange City Council has released a Mid Term in Review to mark the halfway point of the current Council term. 
This review is not an extensive list of all activities for the period, but it does illustrate that local government is central to the way the city advances and develops and how challenges are met.

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Sign-up soon for 'Newcomers welcome'Moulder Park

The latest free lunch to welcome newcomers to Orange is planned for Sunday 23 November, but to arrange catering, we need numbers by Friday 14 November. Do you know a newcomer who might like to be there?

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Daily Water Use
Average water use by residents this week (13 Nov) is 293 litres per person per day.
Last week the average consumption was 233 litres per person per day.
You can monitor your usage by learning to Read Your Water Meter

 

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