Arlington residents now have three more drop-off sites for recycling used glass jars and bottles, co-located with libraries and community centers.
Arlington County staff presented a Stormwater Action Plan, with the goal of managing emerging, dynamic changes, while creating a flood resilient community.
Arlington and Alexandria will hold a joint work session on October 1 to consider ways to cooperate on managing growth issues in both communities.
Arlington sets bold goals for increasing resilience and mitigating, adapting to climate change in Community Energy Plan.
A sweeping update to the Community Energy Plan is one of dozens of items the Arlington County Board will consider at its September Meeting.
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.
Market changes mean it is no longer economically or environmentally sustainable for the County to collect glass via single-stream recycling. Find out what to do with your glass recyclables going forward.
Few communities can boast Arlington’s commitment to sustainability — which is why one day in April can barely hint at the work that happens year-round.
The County Board has approved a contract for Phase I reconstruction of Mosaic Park, located in the heart of Ballston.
Arlington County uses cured-in-place pipe process that is less expensive and less disruptive than replacing an entire pipe.