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Building & Construction News
From black box theaters to a a costume shop, Arlington Cultural Affairs continues to provide cultural programming and facilities to the County.
The County Manager will make a recommendation to the County Board at their November meeting for approval to award a contract.
Some 70,000 bees have been saved by a bee-keeping couple working with the County to transfer the hive and honey out of a former office building in Nauck slated for demolition.
The Board approved an amendment to extend its office lease at 2100 Clarendon Boulevard for 15 years. Under the lease amendment, the County will save more than $1.6 million annually in rent.
Important steps are being taken in the redesign of Clarendon Circle – to make it more accessible and safe for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists traveling through the intersection of Wilson and Clarendon boulevards and Washington Boulevard.
The County Board on Saturday approved the purchase of the final property needed to build a temporary fire station directly behind Fire Station No. 8, which is slated to be torn down and rebuilt at 4845 Lee Highway. The Board authorized paying $800,000 for 2215 North Culpepper Street. The County had already approved agreement of […]
The County Board today approved changes to the Zoning Ordinance that give the Board the authority, subject to use permit approval, to modify height and setback requirements and revise existing provisions for allowing the Board to approve modifications in parking requirements for elementary, middle and high schools.
Since its release in January, the My Arlington App has helped you stay on top of the County’s events and news, provided alerts to traffic and Metro delays, and streamlined the search for permitting information. We took it further in August, adding real-time traffic data, voting maps and info, an easy-to-use County staff directory and more. Now we’re unveiling […]
The Arlington County Board today paved the way for a new pedestrian bridge to be built that will span Wilson Boulevard and connect the redeveloped Ballston Quarter to an existing pathway that leads to the Ballston Metrorail station.