A $2,000 reward remains on offer for people who report information about vandalism.
Orange City Council wants members of the community to be its "eyes and ears and help curb incidents of vandalism in the city".
"Our city is beautiful with its mix of historical and modern architecture and stunning gardens and parks, and it's a shame when there's a small blight on those views," said deputy mayor Glenn Taylor.
"It's also really disappointing when we come across some equipment, which has been built for the community to use, and someone in the community has felt the need to damage that equipment.
"In some cases it's a public seat, needed by elderly members of the community, or those with a disability, or it's a swing in the local children's park."
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Mayor Reg Kidd said vandalism costs the community hundreds of thousands of dollars every year.
"Some of this vandalism has ramifications for safety, including emergency services who take longer to arrive at an address because street signs are missing," he said.
"Or decreased visibility at night because lights have been smashed, or the destruction of toilets and bins creating unsafe environments for children who need to use the services."
Cr Taylor said council would pass any information received to Orange police, and that if an investigation led to a conviction, the person would become eligible for the $2,000.
"This reward is available to people who report specific details or provide evidence and information to council about vandalism on any property, whether it be public or private," Cr Taylor said.
The bounty has been in effect for a number of years.
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