Connect with Council

There are a number of ways you can stay connected with the latest from Tamworth Regional Council. These initiatives have been developed in response to community feedback for more ways to stay in touch with Council and encourage an open dialogue. We welcome your feedback and suggestions to help us better communicate with our community, and encourage you to provide that feedback  here.

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Your Council News 

Subscribe now to get Council's new monthly newsletter delivered to your inbox. The newsletter will include information about Council’s facilities, services, updates on projects and upcoming events, as well as inform the community about the services and facilities we provide.

Subscribe here to get the newsletter delivered to your inbox each month.

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Councillor Catch-up

Community members are invited to attend an informal chat and share their ideas, issues or concerns at a Councillor Catch-up. The catch-ups will take place in towns and villages within the Tamworth region including Nundle, Kootingal, Manilla, and Barraba giving everyone in the community an opportunity to chat with their elected representatives.

Tamworth Community Saturday Markets

Saturday 25 November 
10am - 11am

Mayor, Russell Webb
Cr Judy Coates
Cr Mark Rodda

 Manilla - Molly May's Saturday 2 December
10am - 11am

Cr Marc Sutherland
Cr Stephen Mears

 The Playhouse Hotel - Barraba Saturday 16 December 
10am - 11.30am
Cr Judy Coates
Cr Stephen Mears
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Council App – MyTRC

My TRC is Tamworth Regional Council’s dedicated smartphone app, providing a quick and easy way for you to communicate with council.

MyTRC is a simple way to report a problem, confirm if a sporting facility is open or to check bin collection days, see which waste services are available and when as well as get an automated reminder to put your bins out.

My TRC is free to download and is available on Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

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Social Media 

Council is active on a number of social media channels including FacebookInstagram, and LinkedIn. These sites are monitored by Council staff during business hours, and are a useful source of information for events, project updates, upcoming roadworks and more. Follow us and join the conversation on your chosen channel. 

You can view our Social Media Acceptable User Guidelines here. 

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Have your Say 

Be part of shaping the regions future on our Have your Say page. The MyTRC Online Community provides the opportunity for you, the community, to guide us in our decision making for our projects, policies and plans. We encourage you to get involved on a level you choose at a time that is convenient for you. Join in and support your Council and community by being involved in the decisions that will shape tomorrow.