Full details of council tax rates for the coming year have been published this week.
A complete table detailing the council tax rates for every parish in Cornwall have been released by Cornwall Council.
It is the first time that council tax bills will come from the new unitary council which will take over all local government services on April 1 when the existing structure of district councils and the county council ends.
The new Cornwall Council set an average increase of 2.6% for council tax for the coming year.
However due to efforts to equalise council tax rates across Cornwall some areas will see higher increases than others.
Households in Penwith will see a rise of at least 4.9% while those in Kerrier will see a rise of just 0.54%.
The complete rates also include the levels set for the police authority's share of the bill which this year has risen by 4.94%.
They also include the rates set by parish councils all over Cornwall.
By viewing the full table taxpayers can compare their tax rates with others in Cornwall.
The table shows that the parish with the highest council tax rates for the coming year is Bodmin with its lowest Band A rate at £1,037.05 – just one of two parishes where the lowest band has bills of over £1,000. The other is Bude-Stratton.
The lowest rates for a Band A property are £905.71.