The following statement is from Chair Libby Garvey, on behalf of the Arlington County Board: We are disappointed with the news of the amended plan for I-66, which will immediately widen I-66. We respect that Governor McAuliffe and his administration worked hard to protect the earlier plan, which delayed the widening of I-66 until we […]
Green technology company will stay in Arlington following competitive bid process Company will expand and move from current HQ to new building in Courthouse Will create additional 70 jobs within three years Arlington Economic Development is proud to announce that Opower, a leading energy enterprise software company that helps utilities elevate the customer experience, has […]
Arlington County will be fully mobilizing crews to combat the expected snow beginning tonight into Tuesday morning. County crews did not pre-treat roads today because the storm is forecasted to begin with rain, which would wash away any pre-treatment. The timing of the snow will compete with Tuesday morning’s rush hour, so we advise commuters […]
Every two years, Arlington honors the best examples of private and public design and landscaping in the County.
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.
The lanes are being built as part of the Crystal City Potomac Yard Transitway project that is expected to open this spring.