Arlington will no longer use vehicle decals after July 1, 2019.
Arlington is the top county for visitor spending in Virginia for 10th consecutive year.
The County Board adopted changes to the filing timeline and eligibility requirements for the Tax Relief Program.
Correcting the June 19, 2018 press release on the July public hearing approved on proposed changes to the County’s Tax Relief for the Elderly program.
The County Board will hear from the public and vote on proposed changes to Real Estate Tax Relief for the Elderly in July.
The Arlington County Board asks Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to veto the country club bill, HB 1204.
The County Board acted on nearly two dozen items at its February Regular County Board Meeting, and will continue its meeting on Feb. 27.
The Board voted 3 to 2 to advertise a Calendar Year 2018 real estate tax rate (including stormwater) of $1.006 per $100 of assessed value.
The County Board will now review the $1.27-billion proposal and gather public feedback before adopting a final budget April 21.
The combined value of all residential and commercial property rose by 1.9 percent over the past year, compared to 3.0 percent the previous year.