An extraordinary meeting of Orange City Council will be held this month to decide whether to remove about 500 trees at Bloomfield for Orange's $25 million sporting complex.
Council will hold the meeting at 7pm on Tuesday April 27.
It received about 170 submissions from the public on the matter when it was on public exhibition.
Speakers will be able to voice their concerns during a public forum session before the councillors debate the issue.
Council's Tuesday night meeting also agreed to retain the taxi rank in Lords Place under the Future City revamp plan for the CBD.
After consultation with taxi drivers and owners it has decided not to move the rank around the corner to Summer Street.
A planned pedestrian zebra crossing will be moved away from the cab rank.
Council also agreed to reduce the number of street trees planned for McNamara Street following concerns from business owners that it would reduce parking spots.
Four trees will now be placed on the street with three in the adjacent public car park.
And council has approved a child care centre be set up in the former Newstead Bowling Club building in Hill Street.
Council approved the development application lodged by a Sydney-based childcare centre group.
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