The Arlington Convention and Visitors Service (ACVS) will receive $10,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) WanderLove Recovery Grant Program.
The $35,000 Art Works grant will support a multi-cultural artist residency project for the Columbia Hills and Columbia Grove affordable housing communities.
Trust for Public Land again ranks County 4th among 100 largest cities
The League of American Bicyclists announced its bike friendly community awardees, and Arlington was listed again at the Silver level.
Thirteen projects were recognized for excellence in architectural and landscape design and public art, showcasing the best of Arlington.
Three individuals and three groups will receive the James B. Hunter Human Rights Award for promoting human rights, diversity and equal rights in Arlington.
DESIGNArlington is a biennial awards program that showcases architectural, historic preservation, landscape and public art projects in the County.
The Center for Digital Government and National Association of Counties designated Arlington second place in the 150,000-249,999 population category
Three women were recognized as the 2019 Arlington County Women of Vision for their commitment to and leadership in the Arlington community.
Nearly two dozen Arlingtonians have graduated from Neighborhood College, a program designed to help participants become more effective community leaders.