The partnership was made possible thanks to a donation from The Boeing Company and an agreement signed by Arlington County and the USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore.
Arlington is beginning a community process to find a new logo for the County’s visual identity, and seeking public comment on a proposed new policy and process for naming and renaming County streets, parks, buildings, and more.
Today, Arlington County officials were informed of a settlement agreement reached between the management of the Purple Restaurant and Lounge and the Virginia ABC. Arlington County is not a party to this settlement.
A retired Colonel and Arlington resident recounts the months he spent in service to those County residents most in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the pull of profound issues and recent events elicits a rising tide of activism, equip yourself to drive positive change in your community through Arlington’s free Neighborhood College program. Applications for the Fall 2020 Session open Monday, Aug. 3, 2020.
Chief Farr Retires after 30 Years Police Chief Murray “Jay” Farr announced that he would retire on September 4, after serving in the Arlington County Police Department for 30 years. Chief Farr has provided leadership as Arlington’s Chief of Police since May of 2015. During his time as Chief, he has focused on community engagement, […]
Nearly 70 community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, and school-based groups that are helping us distribute almost 50,000 cloth face coverings to community members this summer.
Arlington Public Library is offering virtual one-on-one appointments to job seekers who want career help or to improve their resume.
Neighborhood Day 2020) is swapping out the traditional outdoor get-togethers and focusing on how Arlingtonians can build community while staying apart.
Arlington County and Arlington Public Schools have created the Cooperative for a Hunger Free Arlington (CHFA) to coordinate efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.