Flood protection works totalling £240,500 could be carried out in an area of the North-east prone to flooding.
Officers at Aberdeenshire Council have outlined the flood and coast protection programme for 2016/17.
A number of works have been identified in the Kincardine and Mearns area.
Training wall repairs are expected to be carried out on the River Cowie at Stonehaven, totalling £25,000. A further £15,000 will be spent repairing the Arbuthnott drain flap valve.
Storm drainage at Boatie Row, Cowie, will be given a £5,000 upgrade.
Beach shingle management totalling £10,000 will be carried out at Inverbervie. Work to investigate a bypass channel in Marykirk, totalling £7,000, has been identified.
Officers will carry out a £3,000 investigation into flooding and potential protection options at Luthermuir.
A number of reserve schemes have been outlined.
They will be undertaken if any of the initial proposals do not work out.
This includes £30,000 to clear vegetation along a channel at Fettercairn, and maintenance of the beach promenade at Cowie totalling £20,000.