Arlington County hosts a new, one-of-a-kind summer camp this month for teen girls ages 13-17 to explore careers and leadership roles in the emergency management profession.
Emergency Management News
The Arlington Network for Community Readiness, run by the County’s Office of Emergency Management, is seeking Arlington residents to help with critical disaster preparations and to support OEM when serious events occur.
Arlington is getting ready to respond to whatever winter throws at us.
By enrolling in Arlington Alert this month, you’ll also get to direct a special gift to a favorite “Subscribe and Serve” organization in the County.
Recognized as a “model for the nation” in its response to the September 2001 terror attack on the Pentagon, Arlington’s public safety teams have never stopped learning.
Arlington County plans a series of events to commemorate 9/11 and encourage residents to be prepared for emergencies.
Sprint customers are having difficulty dialing 9-1-1.
The Virginia Association of Counties has recognized three innovative Arlington programs as statewide models.
Arlington is encouraging telework, flexwork and expanding its ART bus route capacity.
Arlington County expects to recoup an estimated $2 million in cleanup costs from the federal and state governments for January’s blizzard.