Council tax in Wokingham is to rise by nearly 4%.
Wokingham Borough Council (WBC) approved the £129m budget for the next 12 months on Thursday.
It will be partly funded by the 3.99% increase in council tax.
Tory leader of WBC John Halsall called it "an ambitious but robust budget".
Plans include spending £46m on road investments, £16m on "climate emergency" measures and £65m on regeneration schemes before April 2021, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service (LDRS).
Mr Halsall said: "It achieves the careful balance of safeguarding the vulnerable in our community and delivering services to everybody. "The revenue budget is in surplus and the capital budget reflects our ambitions."
The County Councils Network said the rise - which is the maximum amount allowed - was being used by the majority of councils that run social care services.