Laois County Council's budget for 2017 will rise by over €2m, with almost €60m set aside to run the county.
On housing, it will spend €10.3m, much the same as it did in 2016, with an extra €29,000 to spend on homeless services next year.
On Road Transportation and Safety, it will spend €13.2m, up over €1m from 2016, with an extra half million on road safety measures, and an extra €.64m to improve national roads.
Water services spend will be €3.8m. Development management gets €4.2m.
Environmental services is up a half million to almost €7m, and Recreation and Amenity will get €3.3m, up a quarter of a million.
Agriculture, education, health and welfare income gets €0.7m. Another €8m goes on miscellaneous and €8.5m on central management charges.
The budget is due to be agreed by county councillors next Monday, November 14.