Arlington County Fire Department transported a person with fever and a history of recent travel from an Ebola-affected area to the Virginia Hospital Center (VHC) for evaluation.
The Arlington County Board today accepted the updated Cherrydale Neighborhood Conservation Plan.
The Arlington County Board today approved two redevelopment projects along Columbia Pike that combined will include a net total of 235 new affordable units, in keeping with the goal of preserving the current level of 6,200 affordable units along the Pike.
The Arlington County Board today voted 5-0 to advertise a property tax rate of $1.011 per $100 of assessed value for Calendar Year (CY) 2015, including the $.013 stormwater sanitary district tax. This is 1.5 cents above the CY 2014 real estate tax rate. By law, the Board cannot adopt a rate higher than the one advertised, although it may adopt a lower rate.
New bus bays in Crystal City will accommodate shuttles Asphalt contract expected to improve turnaround time The Arlington County Board today approved contracts to improve roadways and bus stops adjacent to the Crystal City Metrorail Station and on-call asphalt patching throughout the County. “These contracts will help us make needed improvements in Crystal City, and […]
The Arlington County Board today voted to approve redevelopment of 1307 N. Rolfe Street. Using the Fort Myer North Heights area plan as a guide, the block-long redevelopment will include two new residential buildings with 39 on-site affordable housing units, a new public park that preserves three significant trees, and a newly built County transitional living facility, Independence House.
The County Board today voted to approve the purchase, for $688,710, of property at 6608 18th Street North, adjacent to the County’s Benjamin Banneker Park, for future expansion of the park. The property, near the park’s existing playground, also is adjacent to Four Mile Run stream.
The Arlington County Board today approved more than $2.6 million in funding for five new Neighborhood Conservation projects. The approved projects include adding street lights, improving pedestrian safety and upgrading a park.
The Arlington County Board today took a key step as it moves into the homestretch of creating a technology infrastructure that is unparalleled in the region. Guided by an adopted policy statement, license agreement and rate structure, the County is poised to begin using ConnectArlington as an economic development tool within the next six months.
The Four Mile Run Community Garden will grow by 9,900 sq. ft. – and 40 Arlington gardeners – due to an agreement approved today by the Arlington County Board with Northern Virginia Regional Parks and Dominion Power.