Arlington County has issued an advisory on Thursday, February 25, to avoid Four Mile Run Stream downstream of S Arlington Ridge Road. The advisory is issued following a sewage release due to an emergency utility repair at the County’s Water Pollution Control Plant. Crews are on site working to repair this issue. Currently, S Glebe […]
Katie Cristol to serve as Vice-Chair The Arlington County Board today unanimously elected Matt de Ferranti its 2021 Chair. The Board unanimously elected Katie Cristol its Vice-Chair. This is de Ferranti’s first term as Chair of the County Board. Elected to the Board in November 2018, de Ferranti will serve as the official head of […]
The Arlington County Board adopted updates to the Green Building Incentive Policy that strengthen Arlington’s commitment to sustainability and carbon neutrality..
The detention vault will help alleviate flooding concerns in the Westover area following devastating impacts from recent storms.
We apologize for this unfortunate situation, particularly on such an important day, Juneteenth. Our crews were following policy to remove markings, regardless of the message, on County right-of-way in response to a received complaint. None of the markings were removed from private property. We understand the deep feelings that are present in the community. Our […]
The Arlington County Board adopted the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget, with no tax rate increase.
Arlington County, along with the City of Alexandria and Fairfax County, are asking residents to reduce the waste they discard, in order to help protect collection crews.
As a partner in the network, Arlington will work to conserve and celebrate nature in all its forms through mindful urban planning, design and programming.
The County Board approved a partnership with Dominion Energy Virginia to purchase power from a solar farm in southern Virginia.
Arlington County’s new drop-off glass recycling bins find success in first 9 months.