Members of the public will have greater access to councillors and senior council staff next month as they commit to more local markets and community days.
The move is part of a council plan to "gather feedback on the future plans prepared for the Shire" according to a council spokesperson.
Mayor Russell Fitzpatrick said Councillors were keen to meet and chat with as many members of the community as possible.
"We're going where the action is," he said.
"Local markets and community days provide the ideal opportunity for Councillors to meet people where they're at ... where they live and in a relaxed and informal setting."
Cr Fitzpatrick said Councillors welcomed feedback about upcoming projects and the future plans the newly elected Council team had developed for the shire.
"The Bega Valley Community Strategic Plan 2042 and Council's Delivery Program and Operational Plan provide the roadmap for the shire," he said.
"Staff and Councillors have spent quite some time assessing our priorities and resources so we can build a strong plan for the future.
"We're coming to Bemboka, Cobargo, Bermagui, Merimbula, Bega and Eden and want to meet as many people as possible.
"Look for the Council marquee at events or locations in these towns and let us know what you think about our plans for the future."
Councillors in the Community schedule
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