NEWS

Arlington County Treasurer’s Office Recognized for Accreditation

The Arlington County Treasurer’s Office received its re-accreditation from the Treasurers’ Association of Virginia (TAV) on June 14, 2019. Read more here.
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Arlington treasurer touts delinquency rate, outreach in campaign kickoff

Arlington County Treasurer Carla de la Pava kicked off her bid for a second full term on Jan. 9, saying her office is meeting the needs of Arlington taxpayers and is focused on the future. Read more here.
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Arlington treasurer formally presents tax-delinquency information

The facts and figures have been known since August, but Arlington Treasurer Carla de la Pava on September 25 formally notified County Board members of a record-low tax-delinquency rate. Read more here.
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Arlington’s car decal requirement set to end next year

Starting in 2019, Arlington drivers won’t need to display a car decal on their vehicles for the first time in decades. Read more here.
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Arlington tax-delinquency rate hits another record low

When Arlington Treasurer Carla de la Pava last year set a goal of cutting the county’s tax-delinquency rate to 0.21 percent for 2018, she expressed optimism it could be achieved. Read more here.
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Decal-less windshields? Arlington officials say they are ready if time comes

If County Board members in September decide to kill off Arlington tax decals that have been a fixture on local windshields for a half-century, the two elected officials who will be tasked with implementing the decision say they can make ...
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Pre-Pay Limbo: Northern Virginia Wrangles with New Federal Tax Law

Could you prepay your real estate tax in 2017 and avoid the 2018 federal tax law’s cap on a state and local deduction option?  Read more here.
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County Offering Refunds on Tax Prepayments

With uncertainty still swirling about whether taxpayers can deduct property tax prepayments, Arlington County is offering refunds for those who have already made deposits. Read more here.
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Homeowners nationwide rush to prepay property taxes. In Stanislaus County, not so much

Arlington County, Virginia, treasurer Carla de la Pava said that as of 10:45 a.m., the county had accepted more than $5 million in early payments from 644 taxpayers. Read more here.
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Can Pre-Paying Property Taxes Make The GOP Tax Bill Less Painful? Maybe, But It’s Complicated

Arlington County treasurer Carla de la Pava said her office has highlighted that point: While the county can take pre-payments of 2018 property taxes, it can’t guarantee that they will be deductible under current law. Read more here.
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Arlington Sun Gazette Highs & Lows, 8/24/17 edition

TTHUMBS UP: To the news that the Arlington Treasurer’s Office has again reported a record-low tax-delinquency rate. The 2017 rate of 0.226 was down from the previous record low of 0.243 percent last year. Currently, less than $2 million of ...
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County Has Already Collected More Than $1 Million in Prepaid 2018 Taxes

Arlington County Treasurer Carla de la Pava comments on why Arlington taxpayers are prepaying their 2018 taxes more than a year ahead of time. Read more here.
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Planetarium to be centerpiece of new Arlington tax decal

Arlington County Treasurer's Office hosts 13th annual vehicle decal design competition for local teens. Read more here.
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Our Man in Arlington

Treasurer de la Pava comments on the delicate situation for some of Arlington’s senior citizens. Read more here.
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County: ‘Consult With a Tax Professional’ About Property Tax Prepayments

Arlington County has collected some $11.5 million in property tax deposits for future years, according to Treasurer Carla de la Pava. Read more here.
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Arlington constitutional officers pick up new terms

Carla de la Pava was re-elected as Arlington County Treasurer in Nov. 2015. Read more here.
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Arlington tax-delinquency rate hits another record low

Under Carla de la Pava's leadership, the Arlington Treasurer's office lowered the tax delinquency rate to a record low in August of 2015. Read more here.
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