With the assessed valuation of Franklin County increasing by $67.8 million, the overall valuation of individual cities went up as well.

Although there are dozens of unincorporated towns and neighborhoods countywide, the assessor’s office only classifies 13 municipalities as an official city or village.

The total assessed valuation of those cities and villages for 2017 is $825,259,168, which is an increase of $34,979,874 over last year.

Assessed value is a percentage of market value and is used to set property taxes.

According to the assessor’s website, the assessed value of residential property is 19 percent of market value; agriculture, 12 percent; and commercial, 32 percent. The assessed value of cars and boats is 33.3 percent of market value.

Overall, there were valuation increases in every municipalities except the Town of Charmwood, which marked a small decrease.

Below is a breakdown of the 2017 assessed valuations of the local cities and villages compared to last year.

• Berger, $1,872,817; 2016, $1,825,131 million; increased $47,686.

• Town of Charmwood, $243,249; 2016, $256,206; decreased $12,957.

• City of Gerald, $16,205,917; 2016, $15.7 million; increased $439,192.

• Leslie Village, $1,149,122; 2016, $1.107 million; increased $41,290.

• Miramiguoa Park, $1,088,181; 2016, $1.066 million; increased $22,137.

• New Haven, $41,483,639; 2016, $38.7 million; increased $2,720,663.

• Oak Grove Village, $9,037,567; 2016, $8.8 million; increased $187,046.

• Pacific, $118,444,668; 2016, $113 million; increased $5,416,732.

• Parkway Village, $6,243,585; 2016, $5.69 million; increased $547,523.

• St. Clair, $57,377,749; 2016, $56.01 million; increased $1,364,460.

• Sullivan, $67,028,040; 2016, $64.4 million; increased $2,606,706.

• Union, $182,594,348; 2016, $171.9 million; increased $10,642,961.

• Washington, $322,490,286; 2016, $311.5 million; increased $10,956,435.