Aberdeen City Council is also preparing to offer emergency accommodation for Syrian refugees.
However the local authority is yet to hear from the UK or Scottish governments about what role it could play, having left Cosla – the umbrella organisation for local authorities – earlier this year.
A council spokesman confirmed its housing, social care, education and homelessness services had entered discussions about how it could help with the humanitarian crisis.
He added: “We have not yet been contacted by the Scottish Government. However we are working on contingency planning in light of the recent refugee crisis and will work with partner agencies where appropriate to do what we can to assist.”
More than 10 million Syrians – around 45% of the country’s population – have been displaced since the outbreak of war.
Of that number, 6.5million remain in their home country whilst about 4million have left to seek refuge abroad.
In the first five months of 2015 alone, more than 153,000 migrants were detected at Europe’s borders.