The Village of East Rochester hopes to consolidate its main offices, the library, and police department under one roof.
Work could begin this fall.
The Eyre Building is three stories and older than the current village offices.
But renovations would modernize the building which would allow for other village offices and departments to go in there.
The project would cost an estimated $8 million and the village plans to borrow $5.5 million.
The rest would come from state and federal funding.
They estimate that about $50,000 every year could be saved in areas like utilities and supplies.
The plan is also to rent out the remaining spaces in the Eyre Building and the other buildings that currently house the police department and other offices.
But the current village offices and library next door to the Eyre would be torn down to create parking.
"In East Rochester you are land locked, there is not much parking. It would create space for existing businesses and businesses that would like to relocate here," said Martin D'Ambrose, Village Administrator
D'Ambrose said they would like to start renovation on the Eyre Building by fall.
The village has plans to apply for the last round of funding by July 16.