Water and roads infrastructure are the big winners for Young out of Hilltops council's new budget.
Council's annual operational plan was adopted at June's council meeting, with more than $28m worth of projects on the books for the 2019/2020 financial year.
Overall, there will be $15m spent on roads infrastructure across the Hilltops, including $8.4m on replacing four bridges in the Young area - Wambanumba, Spring Creek, Cudgells Creek and Hannons Creek bridges.
A further $8m has been allocated to regional roads and resheeting.
Meanwhile, council is borrowing $6.2m for water and sewer main upgrades in the Young area.
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"The budget puts the community's aspirations into dollars and is our promise to the community on what we will deliver within the 2019/20 financial year," Hilltops council mayor Brian Ingram said.
"Council this year added an increase in 80 per cent to gravel road resheeting. It will go a long way to making sure we get a our road network up to scratch."
The budget also outlines $10,000 for Wombat playground upgrades, $270,000 on Hilltops pound improvements and offleash areas, $300,000 to exploring Young cemetery extensions and $100,000 on storm water upgrades in town.
For Boorowa, $300,000 will go towards tennis court upgrades, while for Harden $760,000 is being allocated to water and sewer main extensions to the Rural Fire Service and racecourse site.
Tourism highlights for Young include $1m to the Lambing Flat Chinese Tribute Garden project, and $400,000 to Tresillian Park.