The local emergency went into effect at 7 p.m. Friday, March 13, an was ratified by the Arlington County Board on Saturday, March 14.
Emergency Management News
A new Snow Activity Map, with near real-time plowing activity in the County, is just one of the many ways Arlington is ready for winter
The new Fire Station No. 8 will be larger, more energy efficient and will better serve the community for decades to come.
The Arlington County Board approved a new apartment tower in Crystal City that will include committed affordable units.
It’s National Preparedness Month. Find out how Census data helps Arlington to “be prepared, not scared” in the face of an emergency.
Arlington County staff presented a Stormwater Action Plan, with the goal of managing emerging, dynamic changes, while creating a flood resilient community.
September is National Preparedness Month. Here are things you can do right now to make sure you’re ready the next time an emergency hits.
In response to the July 8 flood, Arlington is opening a Local Recovery Center, to be co-located with a SBA Disaster Loan Outreach Center.
Get tips for staying cool, reporting power outages and protecting homeless neighbors during the extreme weather forecast to last through Sunday, July 21.
County Manager Mark Schwartz signed a Declaration of Local Emergency for Arlington County, in response to the Flash Flood Emergency on July 8, 2019, that saw torrential rain, dangerous public safety conditions and damage to private and public facilities.