This is not as simple as it seems.
You can get the prevailing wage for your title off of various websites. But your title may not be an accurate descriptor of your position. Sometimes a position is under-titled and you are responsible for duties that are typically assigned to a higher grade. And sometimes you are over-titled and have a title that infers a higher level of responsibility than you really have. You need to look and see what responsibilities are typically assigned to a title to figure out what the title you should refer to for getting your prevailing wage.
Next you need to accurately access where your skill set belongs were you to move into a new position. You may have senior responsibilities but only a year or so on the job. It is difficult to justify a senior title for someone with only a few years of experience. Instead if this is the case I would take the added responsibilities to move my salary expectations higher into the normal range.
Finally you have to gauge the level of interest in your skill set in the open market in your area. If you expect to get a raise for your current position you need to have a marketable skill set that allows you to find another job at a higher rate in your area fairly easily. If there are a glut of people with your skill set looking for work in your area you are going to find it difficult to make a case for any significant raise.