The public will be able to weigh-in on a draft Affordable Housing Master Plan and Implementation Framework.
Arlington is conducting its fourth Countywide, statistically valid survey of residents. Watch your mailboxes – you could be one of those randomly chosen to give your opinion of County services.
Arlington County Treasurer Carla de la Pava today announced the latest convenience in Arlington parking – the EasyPark in-vehicle parking meter.
Arlington’s nearly three-year effort to shape a vision for affordable housing has reached a major milestone.
Arlington Public Library’s 2015 Arlington Reads focuses on race in America, as seen through the works of Jesmyn Ward and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
The Arlington County Board today asked the County Manager to seek broad public input in a review of Phase 2 of the 2013 Long Bridge Park Master Plan.
The Arlington County Board today recognized seven Arlington County businesses as Platinum level Champions with Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP), a division of Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS).
A Wendy’s and a Wells Fargo Bank in Courthouse will be redeveloped with a LEED Gold 12-story office tower with ground-floor retail, underground parking and a public plaza under a plan approved today by the Arlington County Board. The site was designated as a “key redevelopment site” in the 1993 Courthouse Sector Plan Addendum.
The Arlington County Board today approved the renaming of a 6.6-acre forested parcel, Mary Carlin Woods at Bluemont Park, a move that both honors Mary Carlin, who was born nearby and whose family owned most of the woods for more than a century, and makes it easier for first responders to find the area in emergencies.
The Arlington County Board today voted to adopt a change to the Motor Vehicles and Traffic Code that will allow the County Manager to streamline the process for appealing certain parking citations.