Get tips for staying cool, reporting power outages and protecting homeless neighbors during the extreme weather forecast to last through Sunday, July 21.
Emergency Management News
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.
Following severe weather and flooding on July 8, Arlington is working to assess damage by asking those affected to submit information online.
Are you ready to use your bike in the event of emergency? Find out at the Disaster Relief Trials, a unique bicycle competition with real-world applications.
Helping coordinate volunteers and donations for disaster-affected communities.
September is National Preparedness Month. Here are steps you can take right now to make sure you’re ready the next time an emergency hits.
Arlington Alert brings updates directly to subscribers―ahead of and during an emergency.
Stay Informed. Plan Ahead. Make a Kit. Learn the steps you can take before the arrival of Hurricane Florence.
Learn what to do if you accidentally call 9-1-1, and why it can be so important for everyone’s public safety.
Four Arlington County police officers, two sheriff’s deputies, and a 9-1-1 dispatcher were honored this week for their exemplary work in responding to people in a mental health crisis when on a call or on the job.