Village residents are encouraged to contact Dubbo Regional Council to share what they need from the landfill and transfer stations.
Dubbo mayor Ben Shields has pushed council for a review of the village landfill and transfer stations.
It comes after residents brought forward concerns about the opening hours and charges associated with using the tips.
"I don't think we've got it right and the main area where we haven't got it right is our communication with the local villages," Cr Shields said.
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The mayor said there needs to be a "modern, up-to-date, 21st century waste service" but the village residents also need to be consulted to ensure council gets "the best possible service outcome within the budget we actually have".
Councillors Greg Mohr and David Grant also raised the importance of the community coming forward to share what they needed from their waste service.
Cr Mohr said it was important for council to get it right.
"One of the things I've spoken about for years is the waste that's dropped in our rural areas. The major concern out in these villages is our tip times, what we can take there, and how much it costs," he said.
Cr Grant said it was something that had been needed for a long time.
At the recent council meeting, the councillors voted for the chief executive officer Michael McMahon to 'prepare an appropriate management plan for the village landfill and transfer stations including alternative ways of accessing the sites and appropriate fee schedule to compliment the proposed new opening hours'.
Public consultation will be undertaken with the village residents.
The results of the review will be presented to council in October.