The Arlington County Board took action at its April meeting on a number of projects designed to invest in community development and improve infrastructure throughout the County. “The Board’s actions today invest in Arlington’s future through a flexible space for the arts, additional flexibility to allow for additional affordable housing, four neighborhood conservation projects, and […]
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The Arlington County Board voted 5-0 Tuesday, April 20, to adopt a $1.4 billion balanced General Fund Budget for Fiscal Year 2022. The Adopted Budget leaves the base real estate tax rate at $1.013 per $100 of assessed property value while investing in ongoing COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts, housing affordability, sustainability and effective changes towards improved crisis response and equity, among other priorities. “This budget represents a bridge from the public health and economic challenges we face from the pandemic to […]
The Arlington County Board commends the Minneapolis jurors for returning a guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial and joins others around the nation in relief. The shocking video of George Floyd’s death at the hands of Chauvin while other officers stood by and failed to intervene, showed the disregard for and devaluing of […]
Both the winner for 2019 and the winner for 2020 will be recognized for their dedication and support of Arlington County natural resources and public open spaces.
The Arlington County Board will designate 32 trees in Arlington as Notable Trees less than two weeks before the County is recognized with its 24th consecutive Tree City USA designation.
The Arlington County Board will consider and act upon dozens of items at its April Meeting. Here are some of the agenda highlights.
The Arlington CountyBoard approved projects and agreements at its March Meeting that will increase the County’s flood resiliency and improve its stormwater infrastructure.
The Arlington County Board approved a plan to redevelop the Courthouse Landmark Block, adjacent to the Courthouse Metro Station, with a residential building that will feature groundfloor retail and include eight affordable homes.
The Arlington County Board will consider and take action on dozens of items coming before it at its March, 2021 Meeting. Highlights include a proposed redevelopment of an entire commercial block in the Courthouse neighborhood.
The Arlington County Board voted to advertise no increase in the base real estate tax rate for Calendar Year 2021.