Changing Arlington 2012-2018

Changing Arlington from 2012 to 2018
The County’s increasing number of older adults and high-income households may result in changing priorities for County government…
● Population: 225,200; up by 13,500 (6.4%)
● Households: 109,940; up by 14,571 (15.3%)
● Married couples without children up 31.2%
● Adults 65 and older up 25.1%
● Young adults (25-34) down 11.6%
● Children under 18 up 18.7%;
● Persons living alone up 8.1%
 ● Slow growth of single adults under 65 (3.1%)
 ● High growth of single adults 65 plus (34.9%)
● Hispanic residents up 9.2%
● Black or African American residents up 5.0%
● White and non-Hispanic residents up 2.0%
● Households earning more than $200,000 up 31.5%
 ● Share of households above $200,000 up from 21.5% to 24.5%
● Households earning under $120,000 up by 1.7%

Source: Board Report #22 (Posted 04-12-2021) Starting with page 14: Arlington County’s Five-Year Consolidated Plan for FY 2022-26 and FY 2022 Annual Action Plan submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)