Jay Fisette is Arlington’s 2017 County Board Chair and Katie Cristol is the vice chair.
Columbia Pike News
New sign rules aim to keep the County’s urban regional shopping centers competitive.
A summary of some of the key items on the November County Board Meeting Agenda.
The Arlington County Board has voted to further reduce costs for the Columbia Pike Transit Stations project by choosing a design concept that includes the option of the stations being partially assembled in a factory, rather than built in place, reaffirming a “kit-of-parts” concept, which offers high-quality design and materials for the 23 planned stations.
The Arlington County Board entered its August recess having addressed a number of significant issues, including park upgrades, grants for art initiatives, a site selection for Fire Station No. 8, and the approval of a $3.3 billion, 10-year infrastructure. A full July agenda prompted the Board to hold a rare carryover meeting, in addition to […]
Columbia Pike continues to revitalize, with the Board approving a development that will add market rate and affordable housing.
Over the next decade, Arlington will invest in upgrading bus service across the County and provide premium bus service along the Columbia Pike corridor.
The County Board will take action on dozens of items this month. Here are some highlights from the agenda.
The County Board Chair detailed efforts the County is making to attract new businesses to Arlington.
The Board today approved a redevelopment under the Form Based Code that will create 105 new condominiums, preserve historic facades and add ground-floor retail on Columbia Pike.