The Arlington County Board’s statement on the tragic events in Charlottesville, and next steps for our County.
County Board News
The County Board approved a contract for a new Lubber Run Community Center and deferred action on the concept design.
The County will ask the Commonwealth to transfer a stretch of Route 237, from Ballston to Courthouse, to County ownership.
The County Board has voted to notify Virginia Hospital Center that it wants the hospital’s South Carlin Springs site as part of a land swap agreement.
The Arlington County Board has approved the purchase of a three-story office building at 2920 S. Glebe Road to house a Head Start program that will be displaced when the County transfers its Edison Center property to Virginia Hospital Center.
The County Board has approved new arts grants made to organizations and individuals whose work enriches the cultural life of Arlington.
At its Saturday, July 15 County Board Meeting, the Arlington County Board took action on several items. Following are highlights from the items the Board voted on: County Board Approves Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area Map Update County Board Approves New Crystal City Apartments Improvements Coming to Stratford and Thomas Jefferson Parks A Better Bridge for […]
The County Board has green-lighted a new Crystal City apartments project at 2351 Jefferson Davis Highway that will advance the community’s vision for the neighborhood.
The Arlington County Board has approved contracts to make the first significant improvements to Stratford Park since it was built more than 50 years ago, and to replace the synthetic turf surfacing at Thomas Jefferson Park community field.
The Board voted to approve a contract to replace Arlington’s most deteriorated bridge, on North Carlin Springs Road.