Life saving heart shock equipment is to be made available around Kirkburton.
The parish council has decided to offer funding for defibrillators in addition to ones provided by the NHS.
And the council is now urging people for suggestions of where they should go.
It is hoped they can be installed at various sites throughout the parish at places where they are accessible at all times.
The locations will be chosen in accordance with the greatest perceived need and on the advice of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service.
The council hopes to provide the first defibrillator within this financial year, with additional ones being provided over the next few years.
As well as siting the equipment on the exterior of medical centres, the parish council will also be looking at installing them on other buildings such as village halls, community centres, shops, pubs and sports clubs.
Owners and managers of such organisations who are willing to take part in the scheme are urged to get in touch with the council via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01484 604391.
Meanwhile, The Rotary Club of Denby Dale and District has persuaded doctors at Kirkburton Health Centre to relocate their defibrillator from inside the centre to an outside wall, making it available to all in a time of need.
The rotary club and the health centre are hosting a public meeting at the Shelley Lane based centre at 3.30pm on Friday, October 3.