The region's water resources and actions which will be taken to preserve water in the future have been outlined in Namoi Unlimited's Water for the Future strategy, and locals are being welcomed to submit their thoughts.
The strategy makes 33 recommendations for actions local governments should take, including short and long term infrastructure to strengthen water security and changes to water planning and policy.
It also highlights the need for further studies and assessment to address data gaps to enable regional improvements to water management.
Namoi Unlimited chair Jamie Chaffey said the strategy was a step forward for the member councils and "will help guide our actions as a regional collaboration ... moving forward".
"We know water crosses council boundaries, as do the effects of drought, and by working together we can better navigate this dry period and plan for future drought events," Cr Chaffey said.
"While the water needs and concerns of each member council may vary, we are united in our belief that local government should embrace best practice water management and fight on behalf of its residents for secure town water supplies.
"We know water is a critical enabler for economic growth and in many ways this report complements work already being done by Namoi Unlimited to understand and diversify economies and build vibrant and sustainable communities."
Cr Chaffey said while the report was "technical and complex", he believed the documents "assess the strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats to water security in our region".
The documents are the biggest investment from the Namoi Joint Organisations in the past year, and will now be placed on public exhibition until Tuesday, July 30.