The 77 roads set for a facelift thanks to a $5 million boost to Orange City Council’s roads budget were identified through community feedback and prioritised in council's plans.
More roads will be added to the list in coming months, but so far the council has revealed a list of 35 to be resealed and 42 set for rehabilitation.
See below to find out if your street made the first round.
Resealing involves new bitumen over existing bitumen to keep the surface intact to stop water getting into the pavement below and causing potholes or pavement failures.
STREETS TO RE-SEALED: Ophir Street, Park Street, Chapman Street, Pinnacle Road, McLachlan Street, Dawson Gates Road, Clinton Street, Cecil Road, Matthews Avenue, Autumn Street, Byng Street, Spring Street, Birinta Place, Park Lane, Pinnacle Road, The Overflow, Little Brunswick Street, Huntley Road, Caleula Crescent, Chestnut Avenue, Huntley Road, Boronia Crescent, Thomas Street, Moulder Street, Tobruk Crescent, Ophir Road, Sale Street, Hill Street, Madison Way, Ningoola Way, Moulder Street, Orana Street, Cooinda Avenue, Avondale Drive, Bilton Place.
Rehabilitation involves digging up the pavement, resetting and reshaping and the addition of binding additives for strength.
STREETS TO BE REHABILITATED: March Street, McLachlan Street, Kearneys Drive, Gardiner Road, Anson Street, Sale Street, Hill Street, Byng Street, Sampson Street, Dalton Street, Coronation Drive, Cox Avenue, Prince Street, Northern Distributor Road, Beasley Road, Ophir Road, Churchill Avenue, William Street, Leeds Parade, Racecourse Road, Forest Road, Edward Street, Woodward Street, Little Brunswick Street, Peisley Street, Lone Pine Avenue, Wakeford Street, Burrendong Way, Lords Place, Dairy Creek Road, Dawsons Gates Road, Cadia Road, Aerodrome Road, Ash Street, Autumn Street, Cargo Road, Cecil Road, Clancys Drive, Coolabah Drive, Emu Swamp Road, Huntley Road, Kurim Avenue.
What roads do you think should be added to the list?