Claude Williamson has been named Arlington County’s Director for Community Planning, Housing and Development after serving as acting director since March.
September is National Preparedness Month. What would you do if disaster struck?
To find out what aspects of the community and local government interest millennials, County staff decided to ask them.
As part of its Natural Resources Management Plan, Arlington has worked hard to remove invasive plants and add mostly natives – never invasives – to public spaces.
The Arlington Historical Society received StormwaterWise Landscape help from the County in dealing with Arlington’s oldest house and its damp foundation.
As another season of warm weather settles in, Arlingtonians can resume the fight against disease-carrying nuisances with a few simple precautions.
Arlington’s 2016 water quality report is now online, filled with facts about the sources for your water and what makes it safe.
A beloved Arlington tradition, Neighborhood Day brings communities together to enjoy the great outdoors (and some indoors) and strengthen bonds down the block and across the County.
Arlington’s Teen Network Board brings high school students from across the County together to offer the teen perspective on a variety of community and school issues and applications for new members are now being accepted.
Arlington County’s newest free app puts the public library within reach of iPhone and Android users wherever they may be.