Arlington’s Energy Lending Library Program encourages residents to save energy.
Some 70,000 bees have been saved by a bee-keeping couple working with the County to transfer the hive and honey out of a former office building in Nauck slated for demolition.
The following actions took place at this week’s Arlington County Board Meetings (June 17 and June 20) Intersection, Trail and Bridge Improvement Contracts Arlington County Board Adopts a Resolution on Climate Action Clubhouse, Indoor Batting Tunnels Coming to Barcroft’s Tucker Field Public Hearings Set for Chesapeake Bay Preservation Area Map Update Williamsburg Neighborhood Conservation Plan […]
The County Board set public hearings in July for an updated map meant to protect environmentally sensitive areas near streams and he Chesapeake Bay.
As part of its Natural Resources Management Plan, Arlington has worked hard to remove invasive plants and add mostly natives – never invasives – to public spaces.
The County Board will consider dozens of items at its June Meeting. The meeting is open to the public, broadcast live and live-streamed.
Arlington County announces its support for the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda and highlights its efforts to combat climate change and reduce energy use.
The Arlington Historical Society received StormwaterWise Landscape help from the County in dealing with Arlington’s oldest house and its damp foundation.
The County Board approved contracts to improve intersection access and safety on Arlington Boulevard at Irving Street and to reduce and filter stormwater runoff on Williamsburg Boulevard.
Arlington will celebrate Earth Day this Saturday, April 22, as the County – through fundamental programs and events – continues to work toward a sustainable planet year-round.