CONWY County Council is set to raise Council Tax by five per cent from April 1.
The council's cabinet will vote on the proposal on February 11 and if agreed, a full council meeting will be held on February 20 to give final approval to the increase.
This decision would mean a rise of 88p per week for people living in Band D properties, which is 71 per cent of the county.
People residing in Band A properties would see a 49p per week rise and those living in band I will see their Council Tax go up by £2.05 per week.
The plans have been supported and approved by the Minister for Finance and Resources to coincide with the council's budget for 2014/15.