Funding of just under €350,000 has been announced for the Northern Sound region under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
It's the third tranche of Covid funding to help towns and villages adapt to the Covid-19 pandemic and 11 projects across the region are set to benefit from it.
The funding was announced by Minister Heather Humphreys, who says the "scheme is more important than ever to address the challenges that COVID-19 has brought".
Cavan is set to benefit the most from the funding, with almost €217,000 going to the county.
Seven projects across Cavan will receive the funding, with €104,000 being spent on bringing high-speed broadband connection points to Bailieborough-Cootehill, Ballyjamesduff, and Belturbet.
€40,000 will also be spent on a covered outdoor seating area in Cavan Town.
Meanwhile, €130,000 is headed for Monaghan to fund four projects, which includes €40,000 towards enhancing the markets and fairs capacity of Glaslough, as well as €40,000 towards adaptions to the Threemilehouse Community Centre.
Minister Heather Humphreys says the funding will help towns and villages live with covid-19: