Norfolk County Council has approved a council tax rise of 4.99 per cent, which would increase its part of a bill on a Band D property from £1516.95 to £1592.64.
Other councils and police would also need to add their bills on top.
County Hall say this rise will increase their spending by £29.6m to deal with rising costs and two per cent of it will be spent on helping vulnerable adults.
It also says it will be saving almost £60m after reviewing the way it does some things.
County council leader Councillor Andrew Proctor said the council had to contend with underfunding, high inflation and other pressures – but he was “confident that we have the finances of the council under control and that the budget before you today is balanced, robust and forward looking.
“It’s essential we use public money in the best and most efficient ways we can and that’s what this budget clearly demonstrates.”