Public Exhibition

Be informed and have your say on what is happening in Singleton and provide input into Council's and our community's future. The following items are currently on public exhibition. Details of each item can be found by viewing the documents attached to each item.


The draft Water Restrictions Enforcement policy has been developed to establish clear guidelines for the enforcement of water restrictions in relation to the consumption of water supplied by Council, during times of drought, in a manner that is authorised by law, procedurally fair, accountable and transparent and proportionate.

The Policy has been developed in line with the enforcement measures outlines in the Drought Management and Emergency Response Plan (2010) and is consistent with the approach set out under Council’s Enforcement & Compliance Policy.


The Draft Youth Services Policy has been created to provide an inclusive and equitable environment for young people aged 11 – 17 within the Singleton community by providing a range of activities that encourage creativity, self-empowerment and learning.The objectives of the policy are to:

  • Provide young people with a safe, creative and supportive space;
  •  Provide young people with access to creative opportunities to develop skills and increase community participation;
  • Provide youth services of the highest quality to the Singleton community.


Submissions must be received by close of business on the last day of the exhibition period, unless otherwise stated. Submissions are to be made in writing addressed to the General Manager.

Click here to submit your feedback online.

Click here to submit your feedback via email.

Post to:
The General Manager
Singleton Council
PO Box 314
Singleton NSW 2330

or in person to:
Singleton Council Administration Building
Corner or Civic Avenue and Queen Street
Singleton NSW 2330
8am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)


The personal information provided as part of submissions will be used for the purpose of considering the specific project or proposal on exhibition and will become a record of Council. All information will be stored securely and retained in accordance with the State Records Act 1998.


A Disclosure Statement of Political Donations and Gifts must be submitted to Council with your submission if the Public Exhibition is a Planning Matter under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. This includes, but is not limited to: Development Application (DA), Development Control Plans (DCP's), Local Environmental Plans (LEP's), Section 7.11 Local Contributions Plan (previously Section 94 Contributions Plans).