The Arlington County Police Department, US Park Police, and VDOT will close multiple roadways on Saturday, July 4th, 2015.
County Board Chair Mary Hynes said that Arlington’s era of phenomenal growth may be over, but the County is well-equipped to meet the challenges it faces.
Hearings will be held in July before the Planning Commission and the County Board.
This is a new kind of carsharing in Arlington.
The County Board awarded contracts to build four new play areas in two parks.
Ballston Mall would become Ballston Quarter under a plan put forth by developer Forest City Enterprises.
Learn how to organize for action through Arlington’s Neighborhood College.
First Rosslyn long-range plan update since 1992 30-month community planning process New vision for 18th street from Quinn Street to the Potomac Two-waying Lynn Street and Ft. Myer Drive Integrated, multi-modal approach to streets Much improved public realm The Arlington County Board today authorized public hearings in July for the first update to the County’s […]
County Board, Planning Commission to hold September hearings Culmination of three-year community planning process Key objectives: increasing supply, accessibility, sustainability Important location strategies: preservation, proximity to good transportation, study of new building forms The Arlington County Board today set September public hearings for the proposed Affordable Housing Master Plan and Implementation Framework. The hearings, before […]
Ensuring continuity of award winning Arlington non-profit Bringing high-quality afterschool program to Arlington Mill Use of multi-purpose and other rooms 3-6 pm Sept-June The Arlington County Board entered into a partnership with the Greenbrier Learning Center (GLC) today to ensure its continuity by providing space for GLC’s award winning afterschool enrichment center at Arlington Mill […]