Sewerage infrastructure is at the top of the Meander Valley Council's federal election wishlist.
The list seeks more than $32 million of funding for priority projects in the region.
On its priority projects for 2019 is a sewerage treatment place for Carrick, which it says is essential for the construction of up to 1100 new homes. It also seeks $4.9 million for reticulated sewerage at Bracknell.
"The introduction of reticulated sewerage is essential in order to address environmental and public health issues in the community," it said. "A reticulated sewerage system would service 460 residents, a primary school and a number of local sporting clubs."
The council has already completed a feasibility analysis study that cost $85,000 and has offered to fund upfront capital costs. TasWater is also collaborating with the council to coordinate the design and construction.
Also high on the list are funds for the Valley Central Bioenergy Hub. The site would use waste to power the industrial site at Westbury and the region.
The council would contribute $18 million to the first stage and request $2 million. It also requested $8 million for stage two of the project which is set to cost $40 million. It would be the state's first bioenergy hub.
Funding for the Westbury Road Intersection Upgrade is also sought. The council would go halves in the "critical" project worth $1 million.
The urban expansion will increase the volume of traffic and put pressure on the Country Club Avenue and Westbury Road Intersection, the plan said.
"Funding will enable re-alignment of the intersection, the installation of traffic lights and improvements to infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists," it said.
Projects worth $5.6 million, such as new squash courts at Deloraine, upgrades to sporting grounds at Deloraine, Hadspen and Prospect Vale Park and river path lighting at Deloraine, were also included on the priority list.
More than $1 million was also sought to continue and expand the Blackstone Heights Pedestrian Connectivity Project. The council would provide $500,000 to the project to help provide links to public spaces, and promote healthy lifestyles.
More than 65 per cent of the funds needed to upgrade the Meander Falls Tourism Road have also been prioritised. The council is seeking $225,000 for the $335,000 project.
A feasibility assessment for the construction work has been completed, with the council saying additional funding would allow project planning, consultation, assessments and construction to occur.