Households will pay more for services from East Riding Council from April.
Council tax payments for East Riding residents will rise by 2.9 percent from April.
Band D households face a rise of almost £42 pounds, which means they'll now pay over £1440 pounds every year.
Since 2010, the council has needed to find savings of £169 millions to meet a funding shortfall.
Council leader Stephen Parnaby says other services have also been hit: "if you look at our addition for a Band D property, it's £42 but look at the Police, Crime Commissioner has announced a further £24. I am not knocking that as we don't run the Police, but they do and that's just one service."
The Government says it's keen to empower local councils to become more self-sufficient, funded from its own resources. It says East Riding Council will have access to an extra 4.9 million pounds next year.