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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

real-estate taxes

Supervisors advertise no change to existing tax rate

Fairfax County supervisors on March 8 voted 9-1 to advertise a maximum real-estate-tax of $1.14 per $100 assessed valuation – the same rate now in effect – but indicated they favor approving a lower rate after budget hearings and...

Homeowners likely to face brunt of higher tax bills

Arlington homeowners will pick up an increasing percentage of the county government’s $1.4 billion budget tab over the coming year, as home-value assessments saw another significant increase while assessments on the commercial side were flat. The end result? Unless Arlington...

Tax time will be chance to show off new community center

“Come to pay, stay to play” is the theme of a new tax initiative between the Arlington County Treasurer’s Office and the Department of Parks and Recreation. The treasurer will be accepting payments for real-estate and personal-property taxes (due Oct....

Tax-delinquency rate still at rock-bottom level

Over the past year, staff of the Arlington treasurer’s office has been tasked with collecting $997 million in taxes due on real estate and personal property (both vheicles and business property). To date, more than $995 million of it is...
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Q&A: Creative team details new work focused on women’s struggles

Theatre on the Run in Arlington from Oct. 14-23 will host “Unprotected,” a modern-day drama about the struggles women...
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