The Arlington County Board today adopted a short-term one-year Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Year 2021.
The Arlington County Board will adopt the Fiscal Year 2021 Capital Improvement Plan and act on dozens of other items at its July meeting.
Pre-register by June 29 to comment on the Proposed Fiscal Year 2021 Capital Improvement Plan during the Tues., June 30 County Board Virtual Public Hearing..
The CIP focuses on projects already underway and those that improve failing infrastructure, as well as response to the COVID-19 pandemic and stormwater.
The FY 2021 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) includes $1.05 million for a body-worn camera program, which would be implemented in January 2021.
County Manager Mark Schwartz will present a short-term proposed Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) rather than the traditional 10-year plan.
The Arlington County Board adopted the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget, with no tax rate increase.
The money will be provided from the FY 2020 Budget contingency fund to nonprofit Arlington Thrive, which provides financial assistance to County residents.
Arlington County is anticipating a $56 million drop in revenue, resulting in a budget that eliminates almost all increases proposed a few weeks ago.
The Arlington County Board voted to advertise no increase in the real estate tax rate for 2020.