The Arlington County Board asks residents to refrain from counter-protesting in the District of Columbia on Jan. 6, 2021.
County Board News
The Arlington County Board will elect a new Chair and Vice Chair at its Jan. 4 Organizational Meeting.
Arlington County residents whose water and sewer bills are in arrears due to economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic may qualify to have some or all of their balances paid.
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.
The Arlington County Board adopted updates to the Green Building Incentive Policy that strengthen Arlington’s commitment to sustainability and carbon neutrality..
The Arlington County Board will act upon dozens of items at its last Regular Meeting of 2020. The Regular Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12, and the Recessed Meeting for Tues., Dec. 15. Both meetings will be virtual.
Join the Arlington County Board at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020, for the virtual swearing-in of Board Chair Libby Garvey, who was reelected in November to a four-year term on the Board.
The County Board has charged the Manager with developing a proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2022 that focuses on supporting residents and businesses during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Arlington County Board today approved naming Green Valley’s Town Square for civic activist John Robinson, Jr. Robinson, often called the “Mayor of Green Valley,” fought for decades against racial injustice and inequality in northern Virginia. Born in Arlington, Robinson (1934-2012), published the Green Valley News, a free African American publication that circulated in Green […]
The Arlington County Board today accepted the Restorative Arlington Strategic Plan, which provides a framework for the County to adopt restorative justice practices in our public schools, legal system, and community settings.