as of July 1, Loudouners and most town residents no longer need window stickers on their cars.
The Board of Supervisors last year got rid of the requirement for window decals on vehicles registered in Loudoun, substituting a $25 annual vehicle license fee requirement for the previous $25 vehicle decal fee.
The county has worked out agreements with Hillsboro, Leesburg, Lovettsville, Middleburg and Round Hill to take over real estate and personal property taxes. The towns of Purcellville and Hamilton elected not to participate.
The Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office has taken over responsibility for enforcement, using a wide range of tools such as cross-checking Department of Motor Vehicles records.
For questions about the new vehicle license fee, contact the Office of the Treasurer at 703-777-0280 or email email@example.com.