Conscientious Dubbo citizens, worried about the city's reaction to ongoing drought conditions, are seeking to form a group to be proactive about water usage.
The call was made via a statement released by the Dubbo Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The Dubbo local government area is now on level three water restrictions.
The statement asked Landscapers, Turf Suppliers, Gardeners, Mowing Contractors, Nurseries, Irrigation and anyone connected with horticulture to meet on Tuesday at the Garden Hotel at 4pm.
Organisers of the meeting say they want to discuss their concerns, ideas and thoughts on current water issues in Dubbo.
"We are hoping to form the Dubbo Green Space Alliance, a united voice to bring the importance of water for outdoor green space," the statement from the organisers said.
"This affects jobs, livelihoods and business. We hope to use our voice to encourage the council to make changes to current water usage for everyone."
"We don't want to be a whinging group. We just want to be a positive group bringing stakeholders together to get ideas into the community, and we don't want to point any fingers we want to be positive," organisers said.
"The only way forward is to be positive; no one wins by trying to apportion blame.
"There has been far too much negativity already we want positivity with regards to water policy. We need the power of numbers to ensure our voice is heard."
The daily goal with level three water restrictions is for 295 litres per person to be used. The council decided to go to level three restrictions due to the worsening drought conditions.
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