The proposed budget continues many of the holds put in place during the pandemic, but it makes investments in critical priorities, such as ongoing pandemic relief, housing affordability, equity, and schools.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its February 2021 Board Meeting, and will receive the Manager’s Proposed FY 2022 Budget. Due to the pandemic, the meeting will be held virtually.
While a date night out on the town may not be recommended this year for Valentine’s Day, a special evening at home can be more romantic and memorable than anything you’ve done in the past.
Effective March 9, 2021, Arlington Public Library is reopening two library branches, Shirlington and Westover, for a 15-minute Express Library Service.
The award will help with the County’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts, personal protective equipment and other supplies required for storing, handling, distributing/transporting, and administering vaccines.
The Arlington County Board approved a temporary reduction in taxicab certificate fees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arlington County will be working to reschedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments cancelled by Virginia Hospital Center at its community vaccine clinics due to inadequate vaccine availability.
Arlington County Board Chair Matt de Ferranti says Arlington has the capacity to deliver 2,000 COVID-19 inoculations daily if it had enough vaccine.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its first Regular Meeting of 2021. View the agenda and staff reports on the County website.
The expansion of people eligible under Phase 1b does not increase Arlington’s limited supply of vaccine doses. The ability to schedule appointments will depend on increased distribution of vaccine from the state.