OLYMPIC heroes Mo Farah and Pete Reed will be awarded the Freedom of the Borough at a special council meeting on December 19.
The symbolic honour will be conferred on Chiswick rower Pete Reed, who retained gold in the coxless fours at Eton Dorney this summer, in person.
Mo Farah, who completed a golden double in the 5,000m and 10,000m, will be in America, where he now lives with his family.
However, the council is looking at the possibility of his appearing via video link at the meeting, details of which have yet to be confirmed.
The Freedom of the Borough is the highest honour the council can bestow on a citizen, or citizens.
It was last awarded to the Second Battalion, the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, in 2009, on their return from Afghanistan.