The County Board will consider dozens of items at its May Board Meeting, including a contract for the Nauck Town Square and a 169.48 million bond sale.
The County Board approved a plan for public spaces that envisions a network of publicly- and privately-owned public spaces connecting the County’s established neighborhoods and growing corridors to natural areas.
The Arlington County Board adopted a $1.4 billion balanced budget with a two-cent property tax rate increase.
The Arlington County Board will adopt the FY 2020 Budget and consider dozens of other items at its April 2019 Meeting.
In a packed room at Arlington Mill Community Center, County Manager Mark Schwartz launched Arlington’s Complete Count Committee—a group of 39 community members who will serve as Census ambassadors to ensure that every person in Arlington County is counted in the 2020 Census on April 1, 2020.
Arlington approves a pay-for-performance agreement with Amazon for HQ2.
Arlington County’s Neighborhood College program, which develops participants’ civic engagement and leadership skills, is accepting applications for 2019.
The neutral facilitators bring a wealth of experience and expertise that will help expand the County’s public engagement landscape.
The Arlington County Board approved contracts to design a new Fire Station 8 and to replace a 90-year-old water main.
The plan aims to preserve and enhance the area’s existing natural resources and industrial character.