The Granite School Board unanimously approved a 2.54 percent property tax increase Thursday night.
A resident with a home valued at just over $222,000 — the district average — will pay $22.24 more per year.
Four residents spoke in favor of the increase during the meeting, and no one spoke against, district spokesman Ben Horsley said on Friday.
The tax hike won't fund new initiatives, but will enable the district to continue supporting the district's 68,100 students.
The majority of the new revenue, $3.7 million, will pay for three teacher training days, which were cut from the district during the recession that began in 2008, Horsley said.