A recommendation to freeze Crawley Borough Council’s portion of residents’ council tax bills has been put forward.
At a meeting of the Cabinet on February 12 members proposed the fourth consecutive freeze.
A council tax freeze would mean the borough’s element of the bill would be £187.83 for a band D property.
West Sussex County Council has also frozen its portion of the bill, though Sussex Police has announced a rise.
The increase in the police portion of the bill will add £4.95 a year to a Band D household bill, taking that portion to £138.42.
A police spokesman said the increase would generate £2.8million.
Last year, for every pound paid in council tax, the borough council received 13p, the county council received 78p and Sussex Police received 9p.
The proposal will go before a meeting of the full council on February 26 for final approval.
For more information about council tax bandings and ways to pay, log on to www.crawley.gov.uk/counciltax