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


 Land Area  26 Square Miles
 Population  228,400
 Median Age  34.5

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 Number of Households  108,000
 Median Household Income  $117,374
 Average Home Sold Price  $742,355
 Average Detached Home Sold Price  $1,017,215



 School Enrollment  28,020
 On-Time Graduation Rate  90%
 Average SAT Score  1191
 Cost Invested Per Pupil  $19,921

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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.


Arlington County Parks and Recreation | 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)


 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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