The Assessors' Office is responsible for uniformly and accurately valuing all property both real and personal located within the Town. The valuation date is January 1. The values generated by the Assessors are reviewed and certified triennially by the Department of Revenue. The next certification of the approximately 14,500 parcels of real estate and 600 accounts of personal property will occur in FY2006.
This department oversees the town's accounting, bill-paying, telephone and computer network functions, and assists the Town Manager's Office in maintaining the Town of Arlington’s web site.
The Arlington Municipal Federal Credit Union is a nonprofit organization owned and operated by its members. Any employee of the Town of Arlington or retired employee of the Town and any employee of the Arlington Housing Authority are eligible for membership. Once a member, any of your immediate family can join: spouse, children, parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents and grandchildren.
The Town Treasurer and Tax Collector is responsible for managing and directing
the tax collection process, and for planning, coordinating and directing the Town's
financial policies. The Treasurer develops investment and borrowing strategies based
on review of financial and investment newspapers and journals, consultations with
investment bankers and advisors.