Poll: What should Fairfax County do about its property tax rate?

Fairfax County government leaders are debating changes to property tax bills amid tensions with soaring home values.

During a regular meeting tomorrow (Tuesday), the Board of Supervisors will likely advertise a property tax rate of $1.14 per $100 of assessed value. That is the same as last year’s rate, but bills are still expected to go up, due to soaring real estate assessments.

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