It will soon be revealed where more than $1 million of bushfire recovery funding will be spent in the local area.
Armidale Regional Council was among 42 local governments across the country to receive $1 million of financial support following the bushfire season over summer.
The state government also contributed funding, and the council has already ticked off which projects will receive money.
Mayor Simon Murray said it had been discussed in a closed session, at the last council meeting, and that list was being sent to the government, who would announce it.
"There's a whole range of funding areas we're putting money into, and I think it's been quoted that we're putting money into roads, that's definitely one," Cr Murray said.
"But we're also putting it into various community areas and our council has been out to all the LACs, the local area committees, to see what they'd like, because a lot of them have been impacted by fires. You think about Lower Creek, they were surrounded by fire.
"You think about all the other communities, Ben Lomond, they were impacted, Ebor was impacted, so a lot of those (areas) were heavily impacted by fire, so council went out to them to ask what projects have you got that you would like to look at."
Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall said he was waiting on the list, and it would be announced as soon as the details became available.