Kent's tax rate will rise by almost 3 mills this year, according to data provided by The Plain Dealer and the Ohio Department of Taxation.
Homeowners in Kent will pay $2,100 for every $100,000 in home value this year, up from $2,017 last year, according to the database posted on Cleveland.com.
Overall millage stands at 68.57 this year, compared with 65.86 in 2012. That's an increase of 2.71 mills.
The increase represents a roughly $83 rise compared with last year.
The Kent City Schools get the largest share, with 49.38 mills costing $1,512 per $100,000 valuation.
The city gets the next-highest amount, or $281. The county collects 8.22 mills, which translates to $252 per $100,000.
For a more detailed look at Kent's tax situation, click here to see the Cleveland.com database.