Warner Robins City Council Members approved $4.1 million to go towards renovating City Hall.
The money, which will come from the 2012 SPLOST, will improve office space inside and include a courtyard out front, paying homage to the five branches of the military.
"We're outgrowing, outgrowing the building itself," explains Councilman Clifford Holmes.
Holmes served on the planning committee. He says the building, which was built back in the '70s, needs to change and modernize, just as the city has.
"The people who have got to come to work every day and run the city are cramped up, nowhere to go," he adds.
"It needs, not only a facelift on the outside, but some internal renovations as well that will carry it to the next generation," says Warren Selby, President of Warren Associates Inc.