Get ready to dig even deeper into your pocket books for some Calgary services in the new year.

City council approved the 2014 budget today, along with a list of fee hikes.

While the property tax garnered most of the headlines in the budget coverage, here are the coming fee changes for Jan. 1, 2014.

Transit:

  • Youth cash fare: $2, up from current $1.75.
  • Youth monthly pass: $60, up from current $57.50.
  • Youth 10 ticket book: $20, up from current $17.50.
  • Adult monthly pass: $96, up from current $94.

Recreation facilities:

  • Ice arena, prime time per hour rate: $241.50, up $11.50 from $229.90 (5 per cent hike).
  • Leisure centre general admission: $11.45, up from current $11.
  • Swimming pool Tier 1 general admission: $5.75, up 20 cents.
  • Swimming pool Tier 2 general admission: $6.80, up 25 cents.
  • Golf punchcard (weekend) Maple Ridge course: $495, up 3.8 per cent or $18 from $477.
  • Golf punchcard (weekend) other courses: $430, up 2.6 per cent or $11.

Waste and recycling fees:

  • Commercial tipping fees: $107, up $5 from 2013.
  • Blue cart fee (monthly): $7.70, up 30 cents.         
  • Waste management charge: $4.90, up 20 cents.

Utility rates:

  • Water:
    • Flat rate, monthly: $72.57, up $4.99 (7.4 per cent hike).
    • Metered, average monthly household charge: $48.38, up $3.33 (7.4 per cent hike).
  • Wastewater
    • Flat rate, monthly: $52.93, up $6.30 (13.5 per cent hike).
    • Metered rate, average monthly household charge  $35.32, up $4.20 (13.5 per cent hike).

Drainage:

  • Stormwater monthly charge: $9.20, up from current $8.77.
With files from CBC's Scott Dippel