In Pittsford, voters will be heading to the Barker Raod Middle School to cast ballots on two major projects.
The first project will improve several facilities across the district's nine schools. This includes both renovations and technological upgrades to bring the buildings up to code.
It costs 35.6 million dollars and would not cost taxpayers more money. The second project would update phys ed and athletic fields. That is a 7.6 million dollar project and there could be some tax hikes if it gets the green light.
The polls are open from 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Similar votes are also happening today in East Irondequoit, Hilton, and Churchville-Chili.