Brigg householders will pay slightly more to fund the Town Council during the next financial year, starting in April.
Brigg Town Council's latest meeting saw members agree a required precept of £123,000.
However, the total will be reduced by a North Lincolnshire Council grant of £5,649.
From April, Band D households will see what they pay for the Town Council increased from the current £67.84p a year to £69.62p.
There will be a 2.6% increase in the Parish Precept for 2018/19.
The Town Council portion of the overall council tax is very small.
A rise in Humberside Police's precept is being suggested for the new financial year.
North Lincolnshire Council, which provides the vast majority of local services - including refuse collection and highway maintenance - will add own its requirement, following which it will bill households and collect the council tax on behalf of all the precepting authorities.
Services provided by Brigg Town Council include:
- Operating the Angel Suite function room and Lounge
- Providing the Christmas lights,
- Giving grants to fund events in the town and help local groups
- Running the allotments.
- Brigg in Bloom
When Brigg Town Council considered its budget and precept for the coming year, councillors took a detailed and lengthly look at proposed items of expenditure.
Coun Rob Waltham said that as they were overseeing taxpayers' money, it was important to have effective scrutiny.