Authority also proposes setting up £1.6m 'risk reserve'.
It follows a £109,477 fall in income from car parking in the borough last year and a four per cent decline in parking in Bury.
Extra conditions could be added to public space protection order to tackle anti-social behaviour.
If the police and crime panel supports the proposed £24 per annum increase, based on a Band D property, an extra 29 police officers will be recruited.
Fresh lobbying for fairer highways funding is set to be pursued by Suffolk Highways chiefs.
A May 2019 formation date has been established for the new council.
Council tax bills could rise by more than four per cent if authorities act on suggestions in the Government’s provisional finance settlement.
Dozens of campaigners descend on a council meeting to seek support for a ‘People’s Vote’ on the Brexit deal.
Options for Community Self Help scheme revealed.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk venture had been criticised for only investing outside of county.
St Edmundsbury Borough Council now intends to submit planning application for £8.4m scheme in February.