The Arlington County Board voted to advertise no increase in the base real estate tax rate for Calendar Year 2021.
The proposed budget continues many of the holds put in place during the pandemic, but it makes investments in critical priorities, such as ongoing pandemic relief, housing affordability, equity, and schools.
Arlington’s overall property tax base grew modestly from 2020, despite a slowdown in some parts of the County’s commercial property portfolio due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The County Board has charged the Manager with developing a proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2022 that focuses on supporting residents and businesses during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Arlington County Board adopted the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget, with no tax rate increase.
The Arlington County Board voted to advertise no increase in the real estate tax rate for 2020.
Arlington County’s proposed budget for FY 2021 includes no change to the current tax rate but offers enhancements in core areas of the government.
The County Board approved Arlington’s 2020 General Assembly Legislative proposals.
The County Board today told the Manager to prepare a proposed FY 2021 Budget with no real estate tax rate increase and more funding for affordable housing.
The Arlington County Board adopted a $1.4 billion balanced budget with a two-cent property tax rate increase.