Roads, roads, and roads, were the main priorities of Murrumbidgee Council's recent budget.
Council have released their 2019/20 operational plans for the financial year, and it currently includes $4.2 million for the region's roads.
That includes $933,000 for gravel resheeting, $100,000 for footpaths, and $780,000 for bitumen release.
Several road projects will be getting further upgrades with the help of operating and capital grants.
These include $326,000 from the heavy vehicle program, $750,000 from Strong Communities major projects, $323,000 for the Regional Road Repair program, $340,000 for the Regional Roads Resealing program.
Murrumbidgee Council will be receiving around $4 million over the next four years to support their road maintenance program from the federal government's Roads to Recovery Program.
Murrumbidgee Council mayor Ruth McRae said the region's roads had been the major focus for this year's budget.
"Our key economic driver is agriculture, so we always strive to ensure our road network is as good as it can be," Councillor McRae said.
"It is our primary asset and we work really hard to make sure we can invest as much money as possible."
The budget also included a further $1.6 million towards upgrading the Darlington Point levee, $3 million over the next two years towards Jerilderie Water Treatment Plant, $1.7 million on upgrading the Darlington Point Water Treatment Plant and $350,000 on replacing Coleambally's Sewer Pump Station.
It won't come for free: the budget comes with a corresponding 2.7 percent increase in rates.