Dubbo Regional Council's stance on the River Street Bridge and the results of the recent Community Needs Survey are among the items up for discussion at the upcoming meeting.
The July Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Monday night in the Dubbo council chambers.
At the meeting, councillor John Ryan will call for council to officially state its opposition to the River Street Bridge.
In his motion, Cr Ryan said due to the widespread opposition to the project, council should formally state it is against the third bridge.
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He will also put forward a request for council CEO to "prepare a report for the August 2019 Ordinary Meeting of Council detailing any and all measures within council's powers to stop the project".
In June 2017 River Street was announced as the location for Dubbo's third bridge.
At the time, then-Dubbo MP Troy Grant said the River Street option met the needs of the community, council, and the transport industry and fitted in with plans for the future traffic flow of the city.
Council will also be given the opportunity to address the Community Needs Survey.
The survey - which is conducted every year - found only 56 per cent of residents were satisfied with the performance of council and 42 per cent were satisfied with the performance of the councillors.
The research was undertaken by IRIS Research. Information was collected from 607 residents in the local government area.
Council's facilities received a high score from the survey.
Of those who were contacted, 85 per cent used parks in the LGA, while 75 per cent said they had been to the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre within the last year.
According to council, the results "will be used to help inform future planning of council's services".
A closed section of the meeting will also provide a progress report on the Dubbo Indoor Sports Facility.
A $44.5 million regional sporting hub was announced by NSW deputy premier John Barilaro in September.
The Western Region Institute of Sport, which will be constructed near Charles Sturt University's Dubbo campus, is expected to include a new $6 million PCYC facility (in conjunction with Dubbo Regional Council), an administrative hub, and multi-sport indoor courts and training facilities for sports from athletics to soccer, indoor cricket to rugby union.
However, in March council determined not to contribute $1 million to the project in its current form.
Council wanted to consider alternative locations for the sports facility. At the time, councillors voted to "consider alternative locations for the Dubbo Regional Sports Facility if the leasing negotiations with CSU fail to deliver a term of less than 99 years".
Former Dubbo City Council mayor Mathew Dickerson will also be on the agenda at the meeting.
Mayor Ben Shields has received a request from Mr Dickerson to nominate him for an emeritus mayor title.
Currently, a mayor has to have served for six years to be eligible for the title. However, it's believed the criteria will be reduced to five years in coming months.
Mr Dickerson served for five years and eight months before the amalgamation with Wellington Shire Council. However, Cr Shields has given the plan his support.
His mayoral minute said he would recommend Mr Dickerson to Local Government NSW.