Jay Fisette is Arlington’s 2017 County Board Chair and Katie Cristol is the vice chair.
Economic Development News
Four winners of the second annual “Fast Four” were recognized by Arlington Economic Development.
New sign rules aim to keep the County’s urban regional shopping centers competitive.
A summary of some of the key items on the November County Board Meeting Agenda.
Arlington Economic Development is looking for the fastest-growing tech companies across the County for the second annual “Fast Four” competition.
Arlingtonians may comment on-line.
The County Board today formalized the public-private partnership that will transform the Ballston Common Mall into Ballston Quarter, a mixed-use urban retail project in the heart of Ballston.
The Arlington County Board today took a step toward regulating short-term residential rentals through online platforms such as Airbnb, Craigslist and others, directing the County Manager to develop a proposed Zoning Ordinance amendment and a community outreach plan to address the issue.
Highlights for the September County Board Meeting include action on Westover Village affordable housing, a temporary location for Fire Station No. 10 and more.
Arlington County continues to lead Virginia in the tourism revenues the County generates.