Through loans and donations, the Nauck/Green Valley Heritage Project continues to grow as an online archive dedicated to capturing the community’s rich history and cultural legacy.
Every two years, Arlington honors the best examples of private and public design and landscaping in the County.
All four students who integrated Arlington's Stratford Junior High School in the 50s will return on Feb. 2 for a special evening honoring that historic event and their courage.
ePlan Review is part of One-Stop Arlington, an ambitious initiative to make it easier to do business with County Government.
The County Board approved a redevelopment plan to build a new six-story, 63-unit multifamily building at the northwest corner of Key Boulevard and North Nash Street in Rosslyn.
The Neighborhood Complete Streets Project Ranking Guidelines approved by the Board lay out the criteria for identifying and prioritizing potential Complete Streets projects in neighborhoods.
The Board today designated Cambridge Courts, a garden apartment complex built from rationed materials to house defense workers during World War II, as the 37th Arlington Historic District.
The Board today approved a contract for $1,085,727 to overhaul the heavily used playground and sand volleyball court at Quincy Park.
Public Safety News
- TRAFFIC ALERT: 2016 Love the Run You’re With 5K Race Street closures
- Arlington’s “Big Dig” Begins
- Stay Safe While Keeping Warm
- Police Seek Additional Victims of Suspects Charged With Sexual Assault
- Arlington Reaches Goal of Ending Homelessness Among Veterans
Noticias en Español
- Septiembre es el Mes de Preparación para Emergencias
- Todavía hay tiempo para inscribirse en Neighborhood College
- Mejor servicio y autobuses nuevos para Arlington Transit
- Greenbrier Learning Center regresa a Arlington Mill
- La policía busca más víctimas del inspector del Programa de Vales de Elección de Vivienda acusado de agresión sexual