The beta site features a small selection of webpages that will allow users to experience some of the upcoming site changes in the areas of design, content, navigation and more.
The County has released the first two 15-year spans of a comprehensive online timeline of Arlington’s racial history and will host an interactive community discussion July 21.
Arlington County to join the national COVID-19 Memorial Event on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.
Arlington is beginning a community process to find a new logo for the County’s visual identity, and seeking public comment on a proposed new policy and process for naming and renaming County streets, parks, buildings, and more.
The Arlington County Board will act upon dozens of items at its last Regular Meeting of 2020. The Regular Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12, and the Recessed Meeting for Tues., Dec. 15. Both meetings will be virtual.
The Arlington County Board will give guidance to the County Manager on constructing his Proposed FY 2022 Budget, hold a public hearing on the FY 2021 General Assembly Legislative priorities, and consider dozens of items at its November 2020 Meeting..
Today, Arlington County launched a new effort to address racial equity and disparities in our community. Called Dialogues on Race and Equity (DRE), the effort is part of the County’s broader commitment to racial equity and follows the County Board’s 2019 equity resolution. VIDEO: Watch this kick-off clip to learn more about DRE. DRE will […]
Arlington wil examine is names, symbols and history.
The Arlington County Board adopted a Park Master Plan for Metropolitan Park in Pentagon City.
The review will be led by two external experts and will be shared with a 15-member citizen group that will report back by the end of the year.