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My Anne Arundel Zoning Viewer
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The County may not:
►Stormwater Management Capital Improvement Projects
►Nitrogen and Phosphorous-Reducing Stream/Wetland Restoration Projects
►Public Education and Outreach Relating
►Projects to Meet Existing Stormwater Managment Permit Obligations
►Local stormwater management planning, including:
|Annual Residential WPRF Rates|
|Zone||Calculation||Yr 1||Yr 2||WPRF|
|R10||One (1) ERU x 0.4||$20.40||$27.20||$34|
|R15||One (1) ERU x 0.4||$20.40||$27.20||$34|
|R22||One (1) ERU x 0.4||$20.40||$27.20||$34|
|R1||One (1) ERU||$51||$68||$85|
|R2||One (1) ERU||$51||$68||$85|
|R5||One (1) ERU||$51||$68||$85|
|RA||One (1) ERU x 2||$102||$136||$170|
|RLD||One (1) ERU x 2||$102||$136||$170|
ZONING DISTRICTS R1, R2 and R5: represent properties with estimated imperviousness of 2,940 square feet and are assessed one ERU.
ZONING DISTRICTS R10 and R15 represent properties with estimated imperviousness that is 40% of the base ERU of 2,940 sq. ft. and are assessed one (1) ERU x 0.4.
ZONING DISTRICTS RA and RLD represent properties with estimated imperviousness that is two times the base ERU of 2,940 sq. ft. and are assessed one (1) ERU x 2.
►The total square feet of imperviousness DIVIDED BY
►base ERU of 2,940 square feet MULTIPLIED BY
►base ERU Rate of $85.
The deadline to appeal your WPRF assessment is August 15, 2013.
There are actually two county programs designed to allow property owners to request monetary credits for stormwater management improvements which have been implemented on their properties.
Stormwater Management Property Tax Credit Program
This is an existing program administered by the Office of Planning and Zoning that provides for a reduction in County Property Taxes for qualified stormwater improvements. For information and applications, click here.
This application must be filled within 45 days after the completion of the qualifying improvements and annually thereafter.
Watershed Protection and Restoration Fee Credit Program
This program is being developed by the Department of Public Works and, as required by state law, is currently being reviewed by the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE). The purpose of this program is to reduce the WPRF to account for prior or future stormwater improvements made to non-residential, HOA-owned properties and residential owners with private maintenance agreement for the stormwater management controls on their property.
If approved, the credit program could reduce the WPRF for eligible property owners by as much as 50%.
A DRAFT of the County's WPRF Credit Program is available for review on the the DPW website. This document has not been approved and should only be used as a reference. It should not be considered official until MDE approval. An announcement will be made by DPW and information will be posted to this webpage when the Credit Program guidelines are officially approved.
Owners that receive a credit after fees are due and paid will be entitled to a refund.
If you are not the current owner of the property, you are not obligated to pay the WPRF.
The WPRF assessments were sent from a list of property owners provided to Anne Arundel County by the Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT). The error in ownership originates in their records.
Please email DPW and we will communicate the correct change of ownership information to the SDAT. However, you will need to personally contact SDAT (see below) to best ensure your information is updated. Once verified, you will not receive bills in the future.
Anne Arundel County
Properties within Residential Zoning Districts are assessed a WPRF based on the median impervious area of all properties within that Tier at a rate of $85 for every 2,940 square feet of impervious area. The rates for each Tier are as follows:
Median Impervious Area (square feet)
1st Year Phase-in (60%) WPRF
Residential properties that fall outside of a Residential Zoning District, for example in Commercial, Industrial or Marine Zoning; are assessed at the same rate as the residential properties in Tiers 1, 2 and 3 ($85 per 2,940 square feet of impervious area). However, the WPRF for these properties is based on the actual calculated impervious area of their individual property.
Property owners may view their zoning districts on the digital map “Anne Arundel County Digital Zoning Layer” prepared by the Office of Planning and Zoning and adopted by the County Council.
For more information regarding the zoning process, visit the Office of Planning and Zoning webpage.