Councillors will consider spending almost £94,000 on Christmas trees, highway improvements and grit bins.
Huddersfield Area Committee members will tomorrow be asked to approve funding for various projects.
The biggest sum requested is £45,836 for street work in the Greenhead ward.
Council papers say ward members have a number of projects to improve the condition of the roads, pavements and open spaces as well as road safety issues as requested by residents and businesses.
They say it will “enhance the quality and appearance” of the area.
Lindley ward members are seeking £11,550 for Christmas trees, grit bins and flowers in the ward.
Christmas trees and lights will be installed along Lidget Street in Lindley and Willwood Avenue in Reinwood.
A council report says: “These are busy places and the Christmas tree lights will be enjoyed by many residents.”
The trees will be installed at the end of November and removed as soon as possible after January 6.
The money will also fund the replacement of six grit bins, totalling £7,800, while £2,500 will fund floral decorations in Lindley and Salendine Nook and £3,500 will be put towards Lindley Carnival.
The Christmas theme continues with £7,500 needed for 12 Christmas trees and lights throughout the Huddersfield Committee area.
The council says: “The funding of Christmas trees will help fulfil a number of council priorities by promoting the sense of local community value and worth.
“The focal point of the Christmas trees enables a number of community events to take place including school and community organised carol concerts which promote community cohesion and a sense of local ownership.”
A further £7,800 is sought for grit bins in Crosland Moor and Netherton, Dalton and Newsome.
Each costs £1,300 over a five-year period, which covers the purchase, installation and future maintenance. It also covers the cost of the filling and refilling of the grit bins.
The grit bins will be put at Bourn View Road, Netherton; Sandene Drive, Crosland Moor; Kilner Bank, Dalton; Buttermere Drive, Dalton; Pennine View, Kirkheaton and Plantation Drive, Newsome.
A further £17,000 is sought to buy and maintain a mobile Speed Indicator Device (SIDs) for the Almondbury and Lindley wards.
The device informs motorists of their speed.
And £800 is sought for a survey of drug and alcohol among young people in Almondbury.
The council says: “Recent years have seen a dramatic behaviour change in young people and their use of drugs and alcohol.
“Nationally, the picture is generally positive with a steady decrease in the numbers of young people smoking, drinking and taking drugs, although those who do use drugs seem to be taking more.
“The national picture is not necessarily what is happening in Kirklees. Almondbury councillors are wanting to get an accurate picture of drug and alcohol use at a local level in order to gain a better understanding and to know how better to engage with and support the young people in the ward.”
The survey will fund 24 hours of outreach work and compile the report on their findings.
The overall cost of every project is £93,956 and the Huddersfield Area Committee will consider the funding requests tomorrow at 7pm at Huddersfield Town Hall.