The park signs recognize The Boeing Company’s generous donation to support maintenance and operational expenses at both Long Bridge Park and the future Long Bridge Aquatics & Fitness Center, as well as provide access and programming for active duty military and their families at the aquatics center.
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In recognition of The Boeing Company’s $10-million investment, Arlington County is unveiling the new Boeing Fields at Long Bridge Park signage.
In recognition of this investment, Arlington will soon name Boeing Fields at Long Bridge Park, as well as name the 50-meter pool inside the future Aquatics & Fitness Center, which is expected to open to the public in winter 2021.
Overall, Coakley’s design is simple and efficient with quality architecture and a strong connection to the Esplanade. It provides all of the elements required by the County without sacrificing core mechanical equipment, material choices and energy efficiency.
The County Manager will make a recommendation to the County Board at their November meeting for approval to award a contract.
Chooses cost-effective design/build approach to construction of aquatics facility and 10.5-acres of parkland.
Celebrate America’s birthday by the Potomac from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. with food, games, fireworks and British Invasion classics from Steve Lauri of the Hollies.
New options for Long Bridge Park and Lubber Run are presented to the Board, and will be reviewed through robust community processes.
Both communities will be asking the public to weigh-in on a potential partnership.
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.