The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its November Meeting. Here are some of the agenda highlights.
Majority of funds would remain available for FY 2020 budget
Understand the pressures on this year’s budget, what options are on the table to close the gap, and how you can provide input.
Schwartz will hold a Virtual Town Hall on Oct. 17 to brief the public and gather input.
The County Board adopted its 10-year infrastructure plan and acted on dozens of other items at its Saturday, July 14 Regular County Board Meeting.
The County Board’s unanimous vote will guide Arlington’s investments in infrastructure over the next decade, with biennial updates.
At its July meeting, the Board will adopt the County’s FY 2019-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and consider dozens of other items.
Proceeds from the sale will finance previously approved capital investments in schools, parks, Metro and more at the lowest possible cost.
Plan prioritizes Metro, Schools and maintenance of existing core infrastructure; seeks $141 million bond referendum this fall
The County Manager will present his proposed FY2019-2028 CIP to the County Board no earlier than 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at the Recessed County Board Meeting.