The Indiana County Commissioners approved their 2013 budget at a meeting Wednesday.
The budget includes a tax increase of five mills. Since taxes are already more than 25 mills in Indiana County, the commissioners will have to petition President Judge William Martin for the increase.
The tax increase would add an average of $60 to the bill of an average homeowner in Indiana County.
The commissioners call it a "one time" tax increase and say taxes will not be raised in 2014 or 2015.
That will lead to a countywide reassessment which is planned for 2016.
The commissioners are expected to approve the budget at a meeting on Dec. 24.