Current Public Notices
We welcome constructive feedback.
Parkes Shire Council welcomes and encourages the community’s feedback on proposed works and services to be carried out across the Parkes Shire region. See the current public notices and items on exhibition below.
Other Public Notices
A free tip afternoon will be held on Sunday 1 December 2019. Residents can dispose of general domestic waste including green waste, mixed recyclables and […]Read More
Notice is hereby given that the Draft Community Engagement Strategy 2019 will be on public exhibition between 25 October 2019 and 22 November 2019. The […]Read More
As part of the Parkes Main Street Revitalisation Project, Parkes Shire Council will re-develop lower Clarinda Street between Welcome and Short Streets with footpath upgrades, […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council wishes to advise of the following change in traffic conditions including speed reductions: Wyatts Lane, approximately 2kms west of Bogan Road Back […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council is calling on not-for-profit organisations and groups serving the Parkes Shire community to apply for funding in Round 2 of the 2019 […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council wishes to advise of the following changed traffic conditions: Henry Parkes Way (MR61W), approximately 5kms west of Parkes. A temporary side road […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council wishes to advise of the following road closure for upgrading of a new level crossing at: Travelling Stock Route, Brolgan Road The […]Read More
The Parkes CBD is the community’s most important civic space as it is a focal point for social, economic and cultural activity. The main street […]Read More
Council wishes to advise of the temporary road closure of Burra Creek Road, between Alagala Road (SR128) and Wattle Bank Lane (SR162), as a result […]Read More
Parkes Shire Council wishes to advise of the road closure for upgrading of a new level crossing at: Railway Parade level crossing. This closure will […]Read More
Revised hours of watering Notice is hereby given under Regulation 137 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005, which permits the use of water to […]Read More