Arlington is getting ready to respond to whatever winter throws at us.
Emergency Management News
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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.
With a lot of community input, the Arlington County Manager has identified potential operational changes that can be implemented before next winter hits.
“Call if you can; text if you can’t” Another option for emergency calls Particularly useful for those with hearing or speech impairments Arlington County today launched Text to 9-1-1, making it possible to send a text message to our Emergency Communications Center if you can’t call 9-1-1. “In an emergency, we always prefer that you […]