The proposed new street names at the Narromine Aviation Business Park will pay homage to the town's history.
The names will be up for discussion at the Narromine Shire Council meeting on Wednesday night.
One of the proposed names is Bellman Close.
In the report to council for the upcoming meeting, community and economic development director Phil Johnston said Bellman was a "significant name" when it comes to Narromine and its aviation history because four Bellman Hangers were originally constructed at the aerodrome.
"By naming the road after the Bellman Hangar, it can be assured that the character and significance of the aerodrome is being reinforced and retained throughout history," Mr Johnston said.
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It's proposed another road will be called Butler Street. Arthur Butler piloted the first air mail plane from Cootamunda to Narromine in 1834.
Murphy Place has been suggested for the third road after Sergeant Major AW Murphy.
The aviator was the first entry in the Narromine Aerodrome log book from November 20, 1919.
If other names are needed, council, in consultation with the Aviation Museum Committee, has suggested Coomber Street in honour of Jack Coomber who built the Corben Super Ace in Narromine in 1937/38.
Mr Coomber was also a training instructor for Tiger Moths.
The other alternative name is Johnston Street after World War II pilot Neil Johnston.
Mr Johnston was an instructor with the Narromine Aeroclub until he was killed in a plane crash in 1955.
If council supports the proposed names on Wednesday night, submissions from the public will be open before a final decision is made on the road names.
If names reflecting former residents are chosen, council will make an effort to gain consent from the family members, Mr Johnston said.