The Arlington County Board will consider and act on dozens of items at its November Meeting. Here are some of the agenda highlights.
From now through July 2020, Arlingtonians will have opportunities to provide input and inform decisions about the County’s operating and capital budgets.
The auditor focused on the root causes leading to Fire Department overtime.
Arlington is one of just 48 counties in the United States, and nine in Virginia, to receive the highest rating from all three credit agencies for its bonds.
The Arlington County Board adopted a $1.4 billion balanced budget with a two-cent property tax rate increase.
The Arlington County Board will adopt the FY 2020 Budget and consider dozens of other items at its April 2019 Meeting.
The County Board acted on dozens of items at its February Regular County Board Meeting.
The Board voted 4-1 to approve advertising a CY 2019 tax rate increase of 2.75 cents per $100 assessed value.
The proposal includes strategic spending realignments and a tax-rate increase to support enhanced investments in Schools, Metro, infrastructure maintenance, housing affordability and the County workforce.
Arlington County Manager Mark Schwartz will brief reporters on his Proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget on Thursday, Feb. 21.