Services will be cut back, and some jobs will be lost - after Hull City Council announced it will go ahead with plans to save more than two million pounds.
The latest cuts come on top of £8m worth of savings announced last month - because of a reduction in the money the council gets from the government.
The authority has to save £30m by 2020. Among the plans, there will be a review of children's and adult services, there will be less money for some bus routes, and household waste centres will close two days a week.
Councillor Daren Hale from Hull City Council said it is a problem for authorities across the country.