Sales taxes will increase in three Nebraska cities on January 1.
The Nebraska Department of Revenue says the rates will grow in Brownville, Curtis and Genoa in 2011.
Brownville will initiate a new local sales tax at a rate of 1 percent.
Curtis will increase its rate to 1 percent and Genoa to 1.5 percent.
After those changes are made, 112 Nebraska cities will have a 1 percent local sales tax rate, 76 will have a 1.5 percent local
sales tax, and one city and one county will have a half-percent
The local sales taxes are collected on top of the state sales tax of 5.5 percent.