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Rous County Council is a county council constituted under the Local Government Act 1993. Council has three main functions:
Bulk water supply: It is the regional water supply authority providing water in bulk to the Council areas. A population of around 100,000 is serviced by this water supply system with the actual area of operations being approximately 3,000km2.
Weed biosecurity: Council undertakes a wide range of activities to combat the spread of noxious weeds across the local area.
Flood mitigation: Council is a flood mitigation authority operating across the local government areas of Ballina, Byron, Lismore and Richmond Valley.
Latest news and updates from Rous County Council.
Council has had several reports of dogs being off-leash at the Rocky Creek Dam Rainforest and Water Reserve. Read more...
Two Rous County councillors are set to play an important role in helping shape the future direction for the delivery of water supply services to regional communities throughout NSW. Read more...