A drone sounding "like a large bee", according to Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council, will be buzzing above Cootamundra during June and July.
The drone will be flying around above our streets to provide aerial pictures and global positioning information for the Cootamundra town strategy.
The council will put up warning signs and have spotters to let people know about the drone's whereabouts.
It warns that the buzzing sound could upset some dogs as they can hear the ultrasound GPS signals.
Council operators are CASA Licensed and operate under strict guidelines.
A council statement has advised residents to keep a safe distance (about 15m) from where the drone is operating and to contact the spotters if they need to enter under the drone or speak with the operator.
"There may be minimal occurrences where council staff will need to enter private property, in which case owners of the properties will be notified," the statement said.
"Council staff will be door knocking anywhere where they need to enter private property," the statement concluded.
The work is expected to be completed in four weeks.
For any concerns please contact CGRC Planning Staff on 1300 459 689.