Derbyshire County Council will meet today to discuss how it can reduce its spending by a third between 2013 and 2018.
Council tax could rise by as much as 2% as the authority's funding from central Government falls.
The authority hopes to raise £5 million under the plans.
It needs to save £45 million from its budget over the next financial year and £157 million by 2018.
Other proposals include cuts to adult care and economy and transport initiatives.