Arlington County

An epicenter of innovation, Arlington is home to many of the fastest-growing, most innovative companies in the nation. This world-class, urban community is known for its close proximity to downtown Washington, D.C., its unique, transit-oriented urban villages and its unparalleled workforce of recent graduates and young professionals.

Demographics | Housing | Schools | Transportation Attractions | Taxes

Demographics

 Land Area  26 Square Miles
 Population  227,430
 Median Age  35.2

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Housing

 Number of Households  107,616
 Average Household Income  $149,515
 Average Home Sold Price  $742,355
 Average Detached Home Sold Price  $1,017,215

 

Schools

 School Enrollment  27,018
 Graduation Rate  92.2%
 Average SAT Score  1191
 Cost Invested Per Pupil  $19,348

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Transportation

Arlington’s central location offers unparalleled accessibility to the Washington, D.C. region. Whether choosing to walk, drive, bike, Metro, bus or rideshare, convenience is key in Arlington.

Attractions

Arlington County Parks and Recreation | Theodore Roosevelt Island Park | Mount Vernon Trail | Gravelly Point Park | Ballston QuarterFashion Center at Pentagon City | The Village at Shirlington | Signature Theatre | Arlington National Cemetery | U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)

Taxes

 State Income Tax (VA)  5.75%
 Real Property Tax Rate  $1.006 per $100 Assessed Value
 Vehicle Tax  $5.000 per $100 Assessed Value
 Sales Tax (Combined State and Local)   6.0%

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